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Company of Heroes (abbr. CoH) is a Real Time Strategy game for the PC, first announced on April 25, 2005. Developed by Canadian based RTS veteran, Relic Entertainment, it is published by THQ.

Company Of Heroes

Company Of Heroes

Command the company that changed the face of the history

The award wining developer Relic Entertainment delivers the next revolution in real time strategy gaming. Company of Heroes is an Action Strategy game set in WWII that brings to life the journey of the brave men of Able Company as they fight the gratest war mankind has ever known.

Begining with the D-Day Invasion of Normandy, players will lead squads of Allied troops into battle against the German war machine trough some of the most privotal battles of WWII. Through a rich single player campaign, players will experience the cinematic intensity and bravery of ordinary soldiers thrust into extraordinary events.

Company of Heroes is set during World War II where the player follows a fictional military unit, known as Able Company, as they fight their way through some of the greatest and bloodiest battles of World War II in the European theatre, including the D-Day landings at Normandy.

The developers took quite a lot of "creative liberties" with level design so that missions would fit comfortably with the gameplay. For example, Able Company landed at Omaha with the 29th Infantry Division, yet was inexplicably transferred to the Advance from Utah Beach, with the 90th Infantry Division.

Also, the members of Fox Company (another company in the game) and Able Company referred to the other companies as though they were the only Fox and Able Companies in the US Army - in fact, "Able" and "Fox" Companies were present in every Regiment in Normandy - as "Able" and "Fox" were Joint Army/Naval Phonetic Code for "A" and "F"



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