By John Walker on February 24th, 2010 at 10:20 pm.
You know me! I’m all SupCom 2 this, SupCom 2 that. It’s short for “What’s up comrades?” right? It’s not? Oh. Oh no! Is it an RTS?! Oh for crying out loud.
Yes yes, I know. So, you big loveable things, the demo is now available via the magic of Steam. It’s single player campaigns, I’m reliably informed. There’s also the announcement that Supreme Commander 2 will also make use of Steamworks, which will manage all the DLC, achievements and so on. It’s one of those situations where the retail version will also require you to run Steam to use it, so begin fussing now if that’s your Fuss Button Topic. The game’s due out 1st March according to Valve, but everywhere else says the 2nd for the US and the 5th for Europe. The silly 360 version comes two weeks later. I expect they’re trying to avoid 360 piracy spoiling PC sales. HA! Anyway, as a taste, here’s the last two unit-featurettes, which will hopefully involve robots.