Humble is giving away free copies of the WWII RTS Company of Heroes 2
You'll want to act fast to take advantage of this time-limited offer.
Humble is at it again, giving away yet another free game with no strings attached and further cementing the charity-focused retailer as a compelling alternative to Steam.
After clearing out free copies of The Bureau: XCOM Declassified and Homefront, Humble is heading to the trenches with the WWII real time strategy game Company of Heroes 2. Set in Russia during the height of the conflict, the single-player campaign tasks you with leading the Soviet army against the invading German forces. Meanwhile, the multiplayer lets you choose between the Russian and German armies and compete in both local and online skirmishes.
As always, there's little reason not to snap up the game and give it a go, with the critically acclaimed title well worth the $0 price of admission. Just head on over to Humble Bundle to grab your free copy. While you're there, you might also want to check out Humble's other deals, with a bunch of Star Wars games on sale in celebration of the release of The Last Jedi as well as a heap of anime titles from NIS America.
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