SEGA has announced that Relic’s upcoming strategy game, Company of Heroes 3, has been delayed until February 23rd, 2023. According to the publisher, Relic needs a bit more time in order to further polish the game.
SEGA was originally planning to release the game on November 17th. Thus, we’re basically looking at a 3-month delay.
Company of Heroes 3 aims to bring the series’ intimate boots-on-the-ground storytelling to a brand-new theatre of war, unlocking authentic new tactics, factions, and a wealth of untold stories from World War II.
The game will be using the Essence Engine 5, the latest evolution of Relic’s proprietary real-time strategy technology. And, from the looks of it, the new destruction system will set new standards for strategy games. Moreover, Relic promises to implement some authentic new features.
Stay tuned for more!
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