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Company of Heroes 2 patch released for Linux

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Company of Heroes 2 has also been updated today.

Changelog (Provided by Feral)
* Latest balance updates from Windows (the reason for the 3GB update)
* Some minor fixes for Mac and Linux

Not a lot in it for us right now, but it's good to see it get updated. I haven't really had any issues with it myself, apart from the slow performance.

I've been trying it with the Steam Controller, and even did a livestream using it in Company of Heroes 2 recently and it worked surprisingly well. Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
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6 comments

DamonLinuxPL 16 Dec, 2015
Feral, try improved performance on AMD GPU (fglrx/opensource) we need this!
Guest 16 Dec, 2015
hopefully the performance is up. it was terrible on my 760gtx, like 30fps terrible @ 1080p on low settings :(
voyageur 16 Dec, 2015
At least for Linux, it should no longer crash at start if you have a VPN interface :) (until recently, I only coud play it after changing the network interfaces)
wyqydsyq 16 Dec, 2015
I've found CoH2 runs fine on my 4th gen i7 laptop with HD4K integrated graphics running OpenSUSE on medium graphics.

The problem is that multiplayer is platform-segregated, and there's never anyone to play with on the Linux version.
oldrocker99 16 Dec, 2015
No more crashes? I'd buy that for a dollar!
edddeduck_feral 17 Dec, 2015
One of the "minor fixes" was fixing the VPN crash on Linux, should really had had it's own point!
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