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Review

Company of Heroes: Opposing Fronts is a DLC that adds two-story campaigns to Company of Heroes. Now we can participate in World War II not only for the USA but also for the Germans and the British. PC gamers notice that the Germans initially have little equipment, and the British have no luck at all - they have to beat off and then defend the city...

Company of Heroes

  • Greg Burn
  • Jun 09, 2021

Company of Heroes: Opposing Fronts is a DLC that adds two-story campaigns to Company of Heroes. Now we can participate in World War II not only for the USA but also for the Germans and the British. PC gamers notice that the Germans initially have little equipment, and the British have no luck at all - they have to beat off and then defend the city of Cannes. If you are not particularly friendly with hands and fingers, you will have to replay a lot. Along with this, the storylines could not surpass the number of American missions. Let's see what's true and what's fiction. Put on your helmet and go to the front!

That's the name of the campaign for the Germans. There are eight missions in total. The entire movement begins in September 1944. We are given command of the Leer Assault Group. These guys just have to go through training. In five years almost all of Europe was under the rule of the Third Reich. The Allied offensive changed everything. German officers complain that only old men and boys who have never once held a rifle are brought to the exercises. At this time, enemy paratroopers fall from the sky like snow in a blizzard. Our squads must sit behind anti-aircraft guns and shoot down enemy planes. The main task is to repel the enemy attack at Wolfheath.

Company of Heroes: Opposing Fronts is a great add-on for all Company of Heroes fans. If you have played this project a long time ago on PC, you should buy it for the sake of nostalgia and try it. If you find AFK Arena difficult and the interface and graphics requirements are high, you should refrain. Company of Heroes is a reminder that we will never see Warcraft on mobile (the format is not suitable). On the other hand, if you're tired of conditional free-to-play projects and you're happy every time some game is transferred from PC or consoles, then pay attention to the project. As for Opposing Fronts, the introduction of tanks, as well as two-story campaigns on different sides of the conflict will refresh those who are tired of "drowning" for the Americans. Overall, Company of Heroes won't be able to offer you anything but blood, tears, and sweat.

 
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