Company of Heroes: Complete Pack

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Description

Company of Heroes: Complete Pack includes:

  • Company of Heroes

  • Company of Heroes: Opposing Fronts

  • Company of Heroes: Tales of Valor


  • Company of Heroes

    Delivering a visceral WWII gaming experience, Company of Heroes redefines real time strategy gaming by bringing the sacrifice of heroic soldiers, war-ravaged environments, and dynamic battlefields to life. Beginning with the D-Day Invasion of Normandy, players lead squads of Allied soldiers into battle against the German war machine through some of the most pivotal battles of WWII. Through a rich single player campaign, players experience the cinematic intensity and bravery of ordinary soldiers thrust into extraordinary events.

  • Company of Heroes: Opposing Fronts

    The next chapter in the #1 rated RTS franchise thrusts players into a hellish war torn landscape to command two battle-hardened armies in relentless campaigns for honor and country. Players lead the tenacious British 2nd Army during the heroic World War II liberation of Caen, France, and command the German Panzer Elite as they struggle to repel the largest airborne invasion in history.

  • Company of Heroes: Tales of Valor

    Company of Heroes®: Tales of Valor™ is the expansion to the Game of the Year winner and highest rated real time strategy franchise Company of Heroes®. Featuring new campaigns to overcome, units to command, and battlefields to conquer, Company of Heroes®: Tales of Valor™ delivers evolved gameplay mechanics and 3 episodic adventures including 9 new missions, 3 new Multiplayer Modes, and new abilities to master.

Customer reviews

88

The expansions just add to an already great game

GeorgeStorm | Jan. 20, 2014 | See all GeorgeStorm's reviews »

The complete pack includes both expansions, which add new teams, new campaigns and new features to an already good game. Whilst I might not recommend either on their own, as a collection they offer a great gaming experience.

The addition of the new teams mean new units which just add to an already good dynamic of the way different factions play against each other, the Brits and the Panzer Elite both play differently to the Americans and Germans available in the original. The new missions add hours of new gameplay and the addition of extra modes for multiplayer extend that even more.

Worth buying over the original for the extra factions and content :)

85

Great collection of one of the best RTS games

lachking | Jan. 20, 2014 | See all lachking's reviews »

Company of Heroes to this day, is still one of the best RTS games out there and is a better game than its disappointing sequel. The gameplay is very similar to that of Dawn of War in that you need to hold points to gather resources and to drain the enemies' tickets to zero. Even today, the graphics and audio of Company of Heroes really shine and help deliver a great WWII RTS experience. In this pack you get the original game plus the two expansions which gives you quite a few single-player campaigns to play as well as online games with many different maps to chose from. You can also pick from four different factions from the Allied and Axis sides. While this pack is great, I do believe Opposing Fronts upset the balance of online play a bit and Tales of Valor didn't really add alot to the core experience aside from a few replacement units and a couple of online modes. I would not recommend buying these games individually, but as a bundle this makes for a great purchase.

70

Game is nice but patching is a nightmare

lkw888 | Dec. 28, 2013 | See all lkw888's reviews »

You will not get the 3 DLCs immediately after download the game, instead you need to load the game few time via Uplay to patch it to v1.8 followed by a 2GB file patch to v2.1, only then will you be able to access the DLCs.

The storyline, gfx and combat system are interesting, but the patching can be a nightmare - it is for me as the d/l keep auto stop with 20 over trials. I only managed to d/l the 2GB file later via their FB post.

95

This most fun I've had in an RTS!

tejota94 | Nov. 16, 2013 | See all tejota94's reviews »

I don't play very many RTS, but ever since I played the demo for CoH I've been itching for this game. The game itself does not disappoint. Extremely easy to get into, even for me who only recently got into PC gaming. I've only touched a little bit on the extra campaigns, but both of the DLCs seem to be very fun and different enough to be interesting. I cannot recommend this game enough.

93

Masterpiece

Demilisz | July 4, 2013 | See all Demilisz's reviews »

Company of Heroes came out almost seven years ago - September 2006. Even after this whole time, that is like century for games industry, it is still as good as back then. Graphic on highest details is such good that when game switch from cut scenes to actuall gameplay you almost see no difference. And campaign was what it should be - fast, challenging and emotional. Starting from famous Omaha Beach landing it allows player to relive history of Able company of American's 29th Infantry Division from 116th infantry regiment and Fox company of 101st Airborne Division during liberation of France. While in campaign we only play as Americans, in skirmishes and multiplayer game allows to take command of Wermaht forces as well.

What makes CoH shine was a unique mechanics for WW2 RTS game of this scale. Only three resources that are gathered automatically but require player to take control over various sector of the map. That forces being on the offensive from the very start. There is also cover system and controversial retreat mechanic (we lost control over unit but it gets a large defense bonuses). During fight we get a special points that can be used to buy a special abilities of chosen Doctrine. Each Doctrine (three for each side) has their unique set of abilities. Playing infantry doctrine was different than using Airborne.

With first add on, Opposing fronts, comes two new forces: Brits and German Panzer Elite. Each one also gets a campaign for itself. Opposing Fronts was a very welcomed addition to the series. Unlike Tales of Valor, that didn't bring anything useful to the series. But if you think of it as a free or very cheap addition to this package then it is at least descent.

Company of Heroes community makes a lot of mods for the game, making it even better. So don't think, just buy it - there is no better WW II RTS on the market.