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    January 24, 2021 6:33 PM PST

    World of War Machines WW2 Strategy Game Money for Sale Pavlov VR the VR shooter in Early Access for PC VR headsets just got its biggest update yet which not only brings WW2 weapons character models and maps to the game but also multiplayer tanks so you can finally put a little more Blitz in your Krieg.The free update is now live and includes weapons from both the Axis and Allied powers including Germany Britain the US and the USSR. In total the update brings 18 new guns six grenade variations and three rocket launchers to the game.One of the biggest parts of the update is undoubtedly the new multi-crew tanks. Each tank includes three spots which service a driver gunner and commander.

    If your PC hardware does not let you run the new 64-bit update there's a 32-bit legacy beta on Steam.Meanwhile an extensive community map patch which includes 10 new maps and five reworked maps is also now live. A winter balance patch is due out soon.Company of Heroes 2 is over seven years old so it's great to see Relic continue to update the superb World War 2 real-time strategy game.There have been plenty of rumours about a third game in the series although Relic currently has its hands full developing Age of Empires 4 for Microsoft.Sometimes we include links to online retail stores. If you click on one and make a purchase we may receive a small commission. For more information go here.Buy Cheap Buy World of War Machines WW2 Strategy Game Money via reputable seller cheap safe no ban and no hack happened!

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