Sega and Relic Games have announced that Company of Heroes 3 will be delayed to February 23, 2023.
“As we approach the launch of Company of Heroes 3 on November 17th, our team has determined that the game does not quite live up to the high standards of our players or our own. There’s still bugs to squeeze, pixels to polish, gameplay to tweak, and feedback to address,” the development team said on Twitter.
Important update for Company of Heroes 3 pic.twitter.com/z0Pg7PsE10
— Company of Heroes (@CompanyOfHeroes) October 4, 2022
They continued, “Because of this, we have decided to push back the launch date to February 23, 2023. While we know many of you are dying to get your hands on the game, we believe this is the best decision for CoH3. our players and our studio. This gives our hard-working team and partners the time needed to deliver CoH3 in a better overall condition.”
Company of Heroes 3 has joined the list of many games being delayed until next year, including titles like Forspoken, Starfield and Oxenfree 2: Lost Signals.
Company of Heroes 3 will include features such as modding tools. In the hands-on preview of IGN’s Company of Heroes 3 North Africa campaign mission, we said, “It also proves that Company of Heroes 3 really doesn’t mess around with stretching your commander skills to the breaking point when you’re up for the challenge.”
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