Company of Heroes 3 has been involved in fan development for years

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Game company Relic Entertainment recently shared how some fans were involved in the development of the upcoming and most anticipated game Company of Heroes 3.

According to executive producer David Littman in an exclusive interview with media outlet PC Gamer, he revealed that their development team actually worked with the gaming community. It all started with the formation of a community council three years ago. “We’ve had a council of 70 players for three years now,” he said. “And they’ve been playing the game for three years.”

Littman revealed that the players were brought in right from the start. At first it was barebones with only Littman and then it grew until there were so many of them on the team like modders, card makers, competitive players. They helped them come up with ideas about what to add to the upcoming sequel and even down to the setting.

This group of people, along with some members of the community, agreed on topics such as theater style, units, factions, and more. They were there and it resulted in this big reveal recently.

Littman said the council has grown since its first meeting. Members were able to test the game during development. Relic Entertainment also distributed surveys and got thousands of responses, which was also the feedback they wanted to talk about.

Company of Heroes 3 will be released on PC sometime next year.

Interview source: PC gamer

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