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Loads of new content and fixes coming for RTS Company of Heroes 3

The post-launch roadmap is a busy one for real-time strategy title Company of Heroes 3, with plenty of new content inbound.

War is hell, but at least there are updates

Released earlier this year, Sega and developer Relic’s WWII RTS Company of Heroes 3 brought a dormant series back in style. Even better, it did so for both PC and console players, via tailored versions that were developed and released separately. But even with separate developments, there were plenty of issues that fans took with the game.

If you were one of them though, you’ll want to see today’s video presentation. With multiple updates out already for the PC version, both it and the console edition will be getting plenty more post-launch content and updates.

Included in the roadmap is the new PC update, Umbral Wasp, targeted for release in October. Umbral Wasp will bring improved unit and animation responsiveness, unit pathfinding, a new 4v4 map, a reprised 1v1 map, further balancing, and other gameplay improvements. The PC Edition of CoH3 will receive more updates with fan-requested features, like Replay System and enhanced Unit Responsiveness, later this year.

Sega press release

So basically, get ready for even more updates, as the Relic team sets its sights on making Company of Heroes 3 the best it can be. Look for the Umbral Wasp update for the PC edition some time in October, as the console version plays catchup with the Brass Leopard update next month (September).

In the meantime, make sure to check in with the official Company of Heroes blog, for all the latest on all versions of the title.

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