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Enhanced performance and Stability - Company of Heroes 2 receives a 64-bit update 7 years after launch

The game has also gained cross-play support between the game's Steam and Windows Store versions

Enhanced performance and Stability - Company of Heroes 2 receives 64-bit update 7 years after launch

Enhanced performance and Stability - Company of Heroes 2 receives a 64-bit update 7 years after launch

Relic Entertainment has released a 64-bit update for Company of Heroes 2, enhancing the game's performance and stability on compatible systems. This change will result in an improved experience for "the vast majority of players", though a beta 32-bit version of the game will remain available through Steam as a legacy beta branch. 

This update comes almost seven years after the release of Company of Heroes 2 on PC, arriving with an update for the game's maps, and support for crossplay between the game's Windows Store and Steam versions. 

Relic's work on this update has merged the PC playerbase of Company of Heroes 2 under a single banner and has delivered performance and stability improvements for all of the game's players. This should come as great news for everybody who still plays the game on PC. At the time of writing, Company of Heroes has a daily peak of 7,303 players on PC. Not bad for a game that's almost seven years old.

At this time, Relic appears to have no immediate plans to create a successor to Company of Heroes 2, as the studio is currently working under Microsoft to create Age of Empires 4.  

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20-01-2021, 16:54:47

NeverBackDown
Game might actually get over 30 fps now. Almost debating installing again just to seeQuote

20-01-2021, 20:56:03

WYP
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Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
Game might actually get over 30 fps now. Almost debating installing again just to see
I'm debating installing it and testing it against the 32-bit version to see what changes.Quote
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