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Company of Heroes 2 is easily one of the best (top 5 easily!) RTS games available on Linux, it's also now in a fresh Humble Bundle.

To get Company of Heroes 2 you have to pay a bank breaking £4.84 (at time of writing), which gives you the game along with some of the DLC.

This is a fantastic deal, hopefully this will enable more of you to join in on our weekly play sessions with Feral Interactive every Wednesday morning at 10AM UTC.

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manero666 4 Oct, 2016
This is a killer bundle!
I already own them all so I'm passing this time.
It's also a great occasion for anyone who doesn't have too much money and can't buy them full price, the guys at Feral will surely be happy if their games are played, anyway I hope they get a cut!

COH 1 runs great on Wine, and for 1€ it would be a crime to miss it!
STiAT 5 Oct, 2016
I do. It does not run well on my setup (I7 with 770 GTX and 8 GB RAM, stuttering, frame drops etc.).

And ye, I own it anyway, but I can't enjoy playing it.

Last edited by STiAT on 5 October 2016 at 12:15 am UTC
Guppy 5 Oct, 2016
Quoting: mcphailDoes it count as a Linux sale for Feral?


I'm always reluctant to buy though 3rd party sites because of this, sure you save a few bucks - but your purchase may well count against future Linux ports :|
Alm888 5 Oct, 2016
Another worthless Steam-DRM "bundle". Truly, Humble Inc. had fallen too low. Just another Steam lackey.

On top of that: I'm Russian so... COH2... singleplayer campaign... How did they called thier "hero" "Abramovich Isacovich"? "All of those corpses... for a photograph!"

Yep, I have plenty of excuses not to give those "developers" a single cent.
buenaventura 5 Oct, 2016
It is a great bundle (price has risen quite some now however) but my computer probably wont run it very well. And yeah, WW2 games that glory in the suffering of soldiers, I can't stomach it.
lucifertdark 5 Oct, 2016
I already had bits of the bundle but I bought it anyway to finish the set & to thank Feral for their hard work.
TheGZeus 5 Oct, 2016
My reason I'm uninterested: I'm rubbish at RTS, and they feel more like work than games, to me.
Ehvis 5 Oct, 2016
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Quoting: Guppy
Quoting: mcphailDoes it count as a Linux sale for Feral?


Humble does take note of the platform. In fact, it draws a graph for how much each platform contributed. Whether that translates to a proper cut for Feral is something only they can answer. It'd be pretty strange if it didn't though.
anth 5 Oct, 2016
Quoting: mcphailDoes it count as a Linux sale for Feral?
It doesn't look like it.

As has already been noted the under "Choose where your money goes" for this bundle the only publisher listed is Sega.

That is a bit disappointing as the page for COH2 on Humble Store lists Feral as one of the two developers and publishers.

Unless we're told otherwise by either Humble or Feral I'll be avoiding this.
Liam Dawe 5 Oct, 2016
I spoke to Feral, they said it should support them buying it here. So you shouldn't worry too much.
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