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Major Company of Heroes 3 Update Will Add In-Game Cosmetics, Timed Challenges, and More

Sega and Relic Entertainment have announced that Company of Heroes 3 will receive a new update called Operation Sapphire Jackal.

The game’s first major update includes daily and weekly challenges for players to compete in both multiplayer and co-op modes. These challenges include tasks such as destroying 50 of his vehicles with anti-tank guns and earning his 50 Veteran rank in Wehrmacht infantry. Completing these challenges rewards players with benefits. This is the in-game earnable currency that can be used to unlock decorations.

These new in-game cosmetics can be used to customize your units and armies in both single-player and multiplayer modes. They can also be unlocked via War Bonds, a purchasable in-game currency, and Merit, an earnable in-game currency. War Bonds can only be earned by purchasing War Bond Packs.

“One of our goals with the in-game store has always been to ensure a balanced mix of earnable and paid content that everyone can unlock, so that players can choose how they use the store. It’s about making available content available,” said Relic Entertainment. Explained in blog post“This will apply to everything in our stores as they launch and as we continue to expand.”

Additionally, there are some bug fixes and quality of life improvements. This includes a new narration for the Ghurka infantryman, clearer descriptions to more accurately reflect his abilities, units and upgrades, and an updated unique player for Allies with his color options. Cold colors and enemies with warm colors.

Company of Heroes 3 launches on February 23rd for PC, with versions for PS5 and Xbox Series X|S later this year. In IGN’s Company of Heroes 3 single player campaign review, “Company of Heroes 3’s single player campaign remixes the series’ signature his WW2 combat, but with boring, buggy strategy maps and a mismatched storyline.” is wrapped in

As for the multiplayer portion of the game, he said, “Beating human opponents in Relic’s latest installment, Company of Heroes 3, is still excellent. Combat and faction design are at the heart of this WWII RTS.” is stronger than ever.”

George Yang is a freelance writer for IGN. He has been writing about the industry since his 2019 and has worked with other publications such as Insider, Kotaku, NPR and Variety.

When he’s not writing about video games, George plays them. surprised! You can follow him on Twitter @Yinyangfooey.

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