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Closed beta for Company of Heroes 2 announced, begins Tuesday April 2nd

Posted: 28.03.2013 by Technet2k

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SEGA has unveiled "an exclusive, early access beta" will be running April 2nd which features multiplayer and skirmish gameplay, with six maps available for testing against in 1v1, 2v2, 3v3 and 4v4 setups.

The first 40 levels of progression are also available, along with the new Army Customizer to tailor loadouts. The beta will be hosted on Steam for match-making.

SEGA launching Company of Heroes 2 on 25th June in US and Europe

Posted: 06.03.2013 by JamieSI

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SEGA today announced that Company of Heroes 2 will be released exclusively for the PC on 25th June, 2013 in North America and Europe.

Company of Heroes 2 is being developed by Relic Entertainment, who SEGA acquired from THQ. Originally slated for earlier in 2013, Relic Entertainment is using the additional time to help Company of Heroes 2 meet the high standard set by its predecessor.

Company of Heroes straight to DVD film out February 26th

Posted: 14.02.2013 by Technet2k

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While THQ may not be a company of anything anymore, the Company of Heroes movie they signed off on is fighting the good fight against those Atom bomb building Germans. It's going straight to disc.

The movie stars Tom Sizemore, Vinnie Jones, and Neal McDonough. The Company of Heroes IP is now owned by SEGA as they bought it and Relic Entertainment during the THQ auction.

Farrell "heartened" majority of THQ studios and IPs "continue under new ownership"

Posted: 24.01.2013 by Technet2k

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Brian Farrell and Jason Rubin have discussed a little about the closing moments of publisher THQ, of which both were leading executives. Farrell does "sincerely regret this outcome" for those out of work.

Rubin adds that he was brought in to "help turn this ship around," and while disappointed never everyone was saved, he echoes Farrell in being grateful for those that were snapped up.

THQ finally dissolved, UbiSoft claims South Park: The Stick of Truth

Posted: 24.01.2013 by JonahFalcon

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After 24 years, starting as a shell company called "Trinity Acquisition Corporation", til LJN turned it into THQ (Toy Head Quarters) to house recent acquisition Broderbund, THQ is no more, having finally been dissolved and its assets auctioned off.