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Friday, 08 March 2013 08:15

Company of Heroes 2 release moves to June

Written by David Stellmack

SEGA confirms new date for the recent THQ purchase

SEGA has confirmed that the release date of the delayed Company of Heroes 2 will now be moved to a new June release date. The latest delay was caused by the purchase by developer Relic of the game from former publisher, THQ.

The additional time will give Relic the opportunity to polish the game and make sure that it meets the very high standards that were set by the previous Company of Heroes. While SEGA and Relic know that the last things fans want to hear about is that the title is being delayed, the decision is in the fans best interest, according to CoH producer Greg Wilson.

A closed beta will precede the actual release of the game; but no details on the beta have been provided, although details are said to be following soon.

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