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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.

Must resist dumping money into Humble for that T-Shirt, looks so nice! Article taken from
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nattydread 5 Oct, 2016
Quoting: STiATI 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.

I have the same setup, same issues :(
bryanquigley 5 Oct, 2016
Any chance of cross platform multiplayer working or is that still not possible? Specifically playing Linux -> Windows.
Redface 5 Oct, 2016
Quoting: liamdaweI spoke to Feral, they said it should support them buying it here. So you shouldn't worry too much.
Thanks for the information. Is that specific to this sale where only SEGA is listed as a publisher or in general on humble for games already released for Linux?

I would love an updated article on GOL regarding buying Linux games on different shops, and when they get counted as Linux sales, and when the porter companies with their own publishing like Feral in this case get a cut of the sale.
Bought the $10 bundle. Only problem encountered so far is that launching in fullscreen doesn't display anything. The game runs but it locks out the desktop (latest Mint Cinnamon). I can Alt-F4 to quit it. Windowed mode works fine. I managed to launch it once in full screen after restarting the game between windowed and fullscreen.
Hopefully it gets fixed soon.
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