Company of Heroes 2 pre-order roundup

Where should you pick Sega’s war-strategy sequel from?

June 21, 2013
Company of Heroes 2

Company of Heroes 2 will be pleasing PC gamers when it releases on 25 June 2013, but if you’re wondering where you should pre-order Sega’s war-strategy sequel, MyGaming has rounded up the best pre-order prices available.

The sequel will feature a new campaign following the battles across the Eastern Front of Europe in World War II, the new Essence 3.0 Engine, and a ‘True Sight’ game mechanic, in which players will only be able to see what their controlled soldiers see, leaving what may be behind the next building or tree-line unknown.

Please note: prices correct at time of posting.

Retailer Standard Edition Digital Collector’s Edition
Loot R359.00 -
CNA R359.90 -
Takealot R360.00 -
Kalahari R379.95 -
Animeworx R 390.00 -
Top CD R499.95 -
Steam $59.99 (R614.50) $99.99 (R1,024) USD
BT Games TBA -

Company of Heroes 2 is also in its open-beta now, allowing players to have a chance at the military strategy game ahead of its release.

More on Company of Heroes 2:

Company of Heroes 2 multiplayer action unveiled

Company of Heroes 2 Steam pre-order includes beta access, TF2 goodies, free game

Company of Heroes 2 pre-E3 peek

PC exclusives heading your way

Tags: company of heroes 2, headline, preorder, sega, strategy, theatre of war

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