As part of the ongoing celebrations for the 10th Anniversary of the genre-defining Company of Heroes franchise, SEGA and Relic are pleased announce an awesome Humble Bundle deal that will have RTS fans’ mouths watering. Head on over to the Company of Heroes page at Humble Bundle to grab a supply crate sized dose of WWII action for next to nothing, while supporting some extremely worthwhile charities in the process.
Donate as little as you like to receive Company of Heroes (the highest rated RTS of all time according to Gamerankings!), COH: Opposing Fronts, COH: Tales of Valor and standalone multiplayer expansion, Company of Heroes 2: The Western Front Armies – Oberkommando West. Beat the average donation to receive the US Forces faction from the Western Front Armies expansion, along with Company of Heroes 2, Company of Heroes 2 mission packs: Victory at Stalingrad, Case Blue and Southern Fronts and the COH official soundtrack. Donate $10 or more and you’ll get Company of Heroes 2: Ardennes Assault and its associated DLC, Company of Heroes 2: The British Forces, COH Art Book and a set of five exclusive COH2 skin sets. We don’t have a PC powerful enough to calculate how much gaming time you’ll get per $ spent, but we estimate it be somewhere in the region of ‘lots’. Donate $30 or more and you’ll also receive an exclusive COH T-Shirt!
As with all Humble Bundle deals, you decide where your money goes. Split your donation across Relic, Humble and our supported charities which are. The charities we are supporting with this bundle are:
- Code Club – A nationwide network of volunteer-led after school coding clubs for children aged 9-11 in the UK –https://www.codeclub.org.uk/
- Special Effect – Who put fun and inclusion back into the lives of people with physical disabilities by helping them to play video games – http://www.specialeffect.org.uk/
- WDC (Vancouver Orcas) – A charity concerned with the welfare of the world’s Whale and Dolphin population – http://uk.whales.org/
- WaterAid – Aiming to bring safe water, sanitation and hygiene to some of the world’s poorest people – http://www.wateraid.org/uk
For more information about Company of Heroes, log on www.companyofheroes.com