Company of Heroes 2: Ardennes Assault Crack/Patch

Company of Heroes 2: Ardennes Assault Assume control of US Allied forces as they face tactical challenges and harrowing terrain during a surprise offensive manoeuvre led by the relentless resurgent Oberkommando West. Watch the dramatic Battle of the Bulge unfold through the eyes of 3 different Officers.

Download Company of Heroes 2: Ardennes Assault Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 83 / 100
User rating
6.3
Downloads 1283
Genre Strategy, Real-Time, General, Historic
Company / Developer
Sega / Relic, Sega, Relic Entertainment

Company of Heroes 2: Ardennes Assault reviews ( 7 )

capiqua, Nov 20, 2014

Relic continues polishing and clarifying his great jewel and it is the turn to the campaign mode. After successive expansions, DLCs and contributions from the community, it is hard to believe that they will get a surprise.

chookshagger, Apr 24, 2016

Again the effort that is has gone into making this is significant. Relic have much to be proud of. This is a single player struggle- and i mean struggle for once you are concerned about every soldier lost as it will effect you going forward. Although there are ways around it the games save system is rigid and designed to enforce discipline. This is not a game for simple impatient types- they will give a score below 7 due to frustration. This an old fashion struggle for real strategy gamers.

JAY201590, Apr 5, 2015

Company of Heroes 2: Ardennes Assault for me it's a great come back and I'm sure COH fan's will be happy with this game returning, My only complaint is it with sega I feel they are getting greedy for the prices of game and dlc's.

dogne, Jul 3, 2015

Suck balance. Too hard. Suck contents. Complex and rough game. There's no hope play like CoH1? I want to enjoy game. easy control,hard war. But this game give me pain. Training game? Why THQ ignore player from coh. Like DLC selling,Only gold dead.

Zeev, Feb 13, 2015

CoH1 - brave american soldiers. CoH1 Expansions - brave nazi soldiers CoH2 - Evil filthy dirty Russians. CoH2 Expansion - brave american soldiers all over again.

ashrchristie, Jan 9, 2015

After playing the first Company of Heroes and really enjoying it I purchased the second version expecting big things. The first game seemed to nail the allowable zoom so that it could be played like a strategy but the second is only focused on zooming in as far as possible so you can relieve yourself to the level of detail the designers went to looking at the sky and trees and the snow falling. This makes your units more like a series of linked first person shooters stitched together in the map operating independently of each other to create an unplayable Frankenstein monster of a strategy game. The structures seemed to look better in the first i.e. the HQ for one and the units deploy from the place where you expect as opposed to wandering on from any number of positions on the map only delaying deployment further. Adding more playable countries sounded great but it actually made the game more confusing as allot of the options in the first were removed such as the snipers, tank traps and machine gun emplacements which were key in holding territories. This just made me more frustrated as the zoom was so far in its impossible to move your troops in a meaningful way to use them as a replacement to the original defences. The new game map is tacky and overly colourful and the transition button is non existent in some campaign's. I would have been more happy to have just purchase a multi-player map update for the first than to have paid money for this piece of crap which seems to have in every way possible made a beta version which pales by comparison to the first and yet I still desperately want to find a reason to like it but unfortunately I find playability to be of paramount importance and level of detail should come second in strategy games.

Kosake, Jan 21, 2015

This expansion is another slap to the face for all fans of the franchise. Sega/Relic continue on their road to completely ruin the series with their descisions. AA being the latest failure, it offers nothing but the same bog-stupid unless predictably scripted AI, no multiplayer content and a sorry excuse for a campaign. Pricing this at 40€ is outright confusing, since you'd inspect for actual new content to be created to justify that price, which is absolutely not the case.