Company of Heroes 2 gets free DLC and it’s available now19 Feb 2014
Nothing beats some free DLC and Company of Heroes 2 players can pick up two new pieces of DLC for free from today. The DLC includes two Commander Packs to enhance your powers on the battlefield.
Soviet Commander: Advanced Warfare Tactics. He will help you gain vital intelligence and exploit enemy movements with PPSH equipped conscripts and the most powerful incarnation of the vaunted T-34 tank armed with a hard hitting 85mm cannon.
- Il-2 Sturmovik Attacks
- Il-2 Sturmovik will strafe the target location with its powerful 23mm cannons.
- T-34/85 Medium Tanks
A T-34/85, with a powerful 85mm gun, can be requisitioned for the battlefield.
- Conscript Repair Kit
Demonstrating pure ingenuity, Conscripts can repair any damaged structure, vehicle, or bridge.
- Conscript Assault Package Upgrade
Unlocks an upgrade package on Conscripts that replace three of their rifles with PPSh-41 Submachine Guns for better short-range firepower.
- Radio Intercept
Intercepts enemy radio transmissions providing valuable intel on enemy actions.
German Commander: Close Air Support Doctrine will help you gain tactical air supremacy over your foes by providing close Air Support and cover for frontline engagements by utilizing the powerful weapons of the versatile JU-87 and its destructive power.
- Stuka Bombing Strike
A JU-87D Stuka will dive in and drop a 50kg bomb on the target location. Capture points are neutralized if hit.
- Stuka JU-87 Anti-Tank Strafe
Stuka JU-87 will strafe the target location with its powerful 37mm cannons.
- Stuka JU-87D Anti-Infantry Strafe
Stuka JU-87D will strafe the target location with its powerful 7.92mm MG 17 machine guns.
- Redistribute Resources
High command delivers extra Munitions at the cost of Fuel.
- Stuka Reconnaissance Pass
Available aircraft will make a reconnaissance pass on the targeted location to reveal enemy forces.
This freebie will be available on Steam until 22 February at 10AM PST.
That’s not all though, an update has also been pushed out bringing the “Aftermath” adding improved multiplayer if you’re on a slow connection, a new map list and “streamlines the surrender process”.
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