Company of Heroes 3 feature

You can now play Company of Heroes 3’s Multiplayer Alpha until December 7th

Relic Entertainment and SEGA have announced that the Company of Heroes 3 Multiplayer Alpha is available for download. Players can head over to to join CoH-Development and download the alpha.

The Multiplayer Pre-Alpha will allow players to jump online and get a first glimpse at some exciting new multiplayer combat. They can experience four Italian maps in a variety of game modes, including co-op vs AI opponents, competitive PvP and Skirmish vs AI, while trying out familiar and brand-new features like Full Tactical Pause in skirmish mode, vehicle side armour, Verticality, Battlegroups, and Veterancy. Two classic factions return, the US forces and The Wehrmacht, each bringing their unique and game-changing abilities to the battlefield. More factions will be revealed in the run up to launch, with Company of Heroes 3 promising more content than ever before.

The Company of Heroes 3 Multiplayer Pre-Alpha is playable until Tuesday, December 7th, 04:00AM GMT. Anyone that already has a COH-Development account, and has played the first Pre-Alpha, can simply head over to their Steam library, and play it. New players can sign up to COH-Development for free here and link their Steam account

In order to celebrate this MP alpha launch, SEGA released two new videos for it. The first one is an overview trailer. On the other hand, the second video shows a match between CoH players DevM and Aimstrong.

Have fun!

Company of Heroes 3 // Multiplayer Pre-Alpha Overview

Company of Heroes 3 // Developer Cast - Multiplayer Pre-Alpha

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