Company of Heroes 2 Launches For Linux, Currently On Sale For $10
Written by Michael Larabel in Linux Gaming on 27 August 2015 at 01:55 PM EDT. 1 Comment
LINUX GAMING --
As expected, Company of Heroes 2 can now be downloaded on Steam for Linux.

The port by Feral Interactive Games is now active for Linux and OS X gamers. Making the port enticing is that the game is currently selling for $9.99 USD rather than its usual $39.99 price-tag, but you better hurry to take advantage of the offer. The game is also free-to-play for the next three days if you first wish to try it out for your Linux drivers/hardware.

I also heard from a former Company of Heroes 2 (Windows) developer that there are some hidden command-line switches for automating the benchmark of this game. I'm currently downloading it right now to carry out some Intel/AMD/NVIDIA benchamrks.

Now go grab the game on Steam.
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