Supreme Commander 2 PC ships with Steamworks, gets a demo

By Stephany Nunneley, Wednesday, 24 February 2010 23:20 GMT

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Square and Valve jointly announced today an agreement to power the PC version of GPG’s Supreme Commander 2 with Steamworks.

Supreme Commander 2 will get auto-updating, Steam Achievements, Steam support for in-game DLC, and through the deal, and if you want to try the game out – a demo is now available.

SC2 is slated for release on March 2 and 5 for PC, in the US and UK with a March 16 and 19 release for Xbox 360, for the US and UK, respectively.

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