Red Orchestra 2: Heroes of Stalingrad Summary
Tripwire Interactive and Antimatter games have released a new update pack for their World War II-era first person shooter and 2011 First-Person Shooter of the Year (PC Gamer), Red Orchestra 2 and it's expansion, Rising Storm. The Reinforcement Update Pack features a new playable map, Barrikady Factory, and several bug fixes for the game.
Tripwire Interactive has added another beefy Red Orchestra 2: Rising Storm, adding new maps, vehicles and weapons. Best of all, it's free.to its WW2 multiplayer shooter
The Armored Assault pack is out now, and the additional content applies to both Rising Storm and core Red Orchestra 2. To celebrate its release, Rising Storm is currently available for 75% off .
World War Two shooter Red Orchestra 2 is going to go entirely free later today and will remain so for 24 hours. Should you grab the game during that time then it'll remain yours forever at no charge - for reals.
They'll also be rolling into a "free weekend for Rising Storm" starting Friday, with a discount on offer. Tripwire is hoping to entice us with a free first fix with Red Orchestra 2.
Tripwire Interactive's Rising Storm will be releasing in stores next week in the UK, as well as in Greece and South Africa. Australia's boxed launch is yet to be confirmed by Lace Mamba. It includes bonus content.
Priced at around £19.99, the boxed version includes Red Orchestra 2: Heroes of Stalingrad single-player missions as DLC. Rising Storm takes the action to the Pacific Theatre with 6 multiplayer maps.
Tripwire Interactive has been kind enough to drown us in beta keys for the upcoming standalone expansion of Rising Storm, which is a 'total conversion mod' for Red Orchestra 2: Heroes of Stalingrad.
It's co-developed by Tripwire and the community, which takes the game into the Pacific theatre with four factions to choose from. It's first-come, first-served so have at it!