Red Orchestra 2: Heroes of Stalingrad with Rising Storm
Contains full Rising Storm content as well!
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Very Positive (575 reviews) - 89% of the 575 user reviews in the last 30 days are positive.
Very Positive (19,607 reviews) - 92% of the 19,607 user reviews for this game are positive.
Release Date: 13 Sep, 2011

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Includes 24 items: Dwarfs!?, The Ball, Red Orchestra: Ostfront 41-45, Red Orchestra 2: Heroes of Stalingrad with Rising Storm, Rising Storm Game of the Year Edition, Killing Floor, Killing Floor Outbreak Character Pack, Killing Floor: Nightfall Character Pack, Killing Floor: PostMortem Character Pack, Killing Floor "London's Finest" Character Pack, Killing Floor: Steampunk Character Pack, Killing Floor - Steampunk Character Pack 2, Killing Floor - Ash Harding Character Pack, Killing Floor - Urban Nightmare Character Pack, Killing Floor - Harold Lott Character Pack, Killing Floor - Community Weapon Pack, Killing Floor - The Chickenator Pack, Killing Floor - Robot Special Character Pack, Killing Floor - Golden Weapons Pack, Killing Floor - Community Weapon Pack 2, Killing Floor - Golden Weapon Pack 2, Killing Floor - Reggie the Rocker Character Pack, Killing Floor - Community Weapons Pack 3 - Us Versus Them Total Conflict Pack, Killing Floor - Camo Weapon Pack

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6 June

HoTW D-Day Update

Heroes of the West D-Day Update

Working with Tripwire Interactive, the developers of Heroes of the West mod to RO2/Rising Storm, are proud to announce the release on Steam of an update to the mod to coincide with the anniversary of the Allied landings in Normandy on D-day 72 years ago.

The update introduces 2 new maps, the first being a combined arms map featuring the British in a gruelling fight to break out from the Normandy beachhead in summer 1944. The map, Caen Outskirts, introduces the British Bren Carrier troop transport.

The other map, Hill 400, recreates the bitter fighting in the winter of 1944 with the 2d Ranger Battalion struggling against Axis forces in the Hurtgen Forest.

There have been numerous balance, technical and cosmetic additions and fixes introduced in this update, read the notes below to see them.

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26 April

HoTW Opt In Beta

To get to the steam beta you need to...

1. Right click on Heroes of the West in your steam library and click properties.
2. Go to the betas tab.
3. Select Beta in the drop down menu as that should show up.
4. It will then download a small patch getting you the beta version.

You can revert from beta at any time by simply turning the beta off.

The beta test server is called HotW STEAM BUILD Server.
Server Password: hotw1234
IP address:

Stay tuned to this group for event postings.


New additions:

  • Added Caen Outskirts.
  • Added Enfield bayonet by shel100.
  • Added Scoped Enfield by Shel100.
  • Added Radioman Role for Germans and Americans.
  • New Panzer IV skin.
  • New Sdkfz 251 Skin.

Role changes:
  • Axis Engineer G43 replaced by Kar98, Shotgun replaced by carbine. AT grenade added.
  • Axis Rifleman Hero garand replaced by springfield, Springfield no longer frontline upgrade.
  • Axis Squad leader has Kar98 added.
  • Axis Radioman now uses MP40.
  • Allied Radioman now uses Carbine and M3.

Other Changes:
  • STG44 fire rate changed from 600rpm to 550rpm.
  • MP40/I removed.
  • Sten gun now has a single shot function.

Bug fixes:
  • Divisional shoulder patches now show up in online games.
  • Sten bolt no longer detaches from the weapon while blindfiring.
  • German "Spiderman" gear bug fixed.
  • German Marksman level 5 no longer spawns with a japanese helmet.
  • SMi44 Mine kill icon resized to fit.
  • Bren alt fire removed.
  • Game mode now properly displays in webadmin.
  • German Eagle now shows on chest for all variations.
  • Germans no longer turn invisible in the halftrack.
  • PIAT launcher is now empty when fired.

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D-Day Anniversary 2016 Update for Heroes of the West

To commemorate the 72nd anniversary of the D-Day landings in Normandy, we have introduced 2 new maps, a new vehicles and a whole bunch of detail changes and updates for the Heroes of the West mod! The new maps are:

  • Caen Outskirts: a combined arms map featuring the British in a gruelling fight to break out from the Normandy beachhead in summer 1944. The map also introduces the British Bren Carrier troop transport.
  • Hill 400: this map recreates the bitter fighting in the winter of 1944 with the 2d Ranger Battalion struggling against Axis forces in the Hurtgen Forest.

If you own RO2/RS the mod is completely free to you. To get your copy, simply head for the store page: HERE

Heroes of the West mod added

Free user-created mod

Now released - the user-generated mod, Heroes of the West. Produced by the RO2/RS community, with a little help and some assets from Tripwire and Antimatter Games. Bringing RO2 warfare to the Western Front, the mod adds 4 new maps, 5 new character sets and 10 new weapons - with lots more to come!

If you already own RO2/RS, you can simply install the mod here:


October 2015: For the next update to RO2 and Rising Storm, we have a new Beta map - Barrikady - plus a bunch of other fixes. The new map can be pre-loaded as part of the Beta Community Map Pack, or will simply be downloaded as needed when it appears in a server rotation.

RO2 Contains ALL Rising Storm Content

Any purchase of RO2 through this Steam Store page, from 23 Sep 2014, will contain ALL Rising Storm multiplayer content as well as the RO2 content.

All those who bought older RO2 packages (through Steam or elsewhere, at the old, lower, single-game, price) will have RIFLE-ONLY access to Rising Storm, NOT the whole game. To upgrade to get full access to all the Rising Storm content, you will need to buy Rising Storm now as well:

Game of the Year Edition

May 2014: To celebrate the award of PC Gamer's "Multiplayer Game of the Year 2013", we have update Rising Storm to the Game of the Year edition. This already includes all the previous content updates (Island Assault and the Counterattack mapping contest maps) and now adds in the following:

  • 2 transport vehicles for the RO2 factions - Universal Carrier for the Russians and SdKfz-251 halftrack for the Germans
  • 3 existing maps updated for the transports (Arad 2, Barashka and Rakowice
  • New map - Maggot Hill, featuring Merrill's Marauders at Nhpum Ga, April 1944
  • New Search & Destroy gameplay mode - a single life game-type in which teams take turns attempting to destroy one of multiple objectives by planting an explosive. A full set of 10 maps configured for this new game mode
  • 3 new community maps now official - Phosphate Plant and Otori Shima featuring US vs Japanese and Myshkova River featuring Russians vs Germans

December 2013: Now that the $35,000 Counterattack Mapping Contest for RO2 has concluded and helped us find the best community made maps on Steam Workshop, Tripwire have worked with the original map makers to polish them up and add them into Red Orchestra 2 as Official Custom Maps. These are some of the best - adding some great new gameplay. All are included for free for everyone who owns the game. Don't forget there are more great community maps and content on Steam Workshop, so head on over there now!

This is the second Counterattack Map Contest Pack and completes the set, bringing you 3 more maps:
  • Bridges of Druzhina - a massive combined arms map, Russians attacking across open ground, a river and right through a small city, supported by armor; the Germans dug in and steadily pushed back. A classic!
  • Cold Steel - a Soviet assault against German infantry dug in to a huge factory complex, fighting across open spaces and then inside individual factory buildings.
  • Gumrak Station - a re-imagining of a classic Ostfront map, moved to Gumrak Station, to the west of Stalingrad.

Digital Deluxe Edition

Steam Digital Deluxe Edition adds the following extras on top of the Standard Edition:

  • Day 1 Unlock of the Elite Assault Weapons (MKb 42(H) and AVT-40) and Semi Auto Sniper Weapons (SVT-40 and G 41(W):

  • Team Fortress 2 German and Russian hats ("Genuine" if bought during pre-purchase):
  • Two new characters for Killing Floor - Russian and German Soldier Re-enactors:

New Game Modes

This new edition adds a whole set of extra features, available for free to all owners of the game, including two new game modes:

  • “Action” mode – Featuring a crosshair, easier aiming and toned down recoil, reduced damage and open access to a wide range of weaponry Action mode is the perfect first step for players into the world of Red Orchestra.
  • “Classic” mode blends the gameplay innovations of the new game with the tactical and edgy gameplay of the original giving the fans of the first game exactly what they want.
  • Mamayev Kurgan – complete new map, featuring both close-quarters battles in trenches and bunkers, as well as longer ranged combat across the famous hill in Stalingrad.
  • Refined and improved gameplay across the board, vehicle improvements, and way better performance and polish. We listened to the community and based on their feedback refined and tweaked almost every major feature in the game!

About This Game

Red Orchestra 2: Heroes of Stalingrad, the leading tactical multiplayer WWII shooter on the PC, will take the award winning Red Orchestra franchise into the next generation of gaming. Cutting edge graphics and audio built using the Unreal Engine 3, inventive features and streamlined realism will deliver an unrivalled tactical shooter experience.
Heroes of Stalingrad will focus on the Battle of Stalingrad and the surrounding operations, both German and Russian, from July 1942 to February 1943. The game allows the player to experience one of the most brutal battles in all of human history. Delivering unrivalled accuracy and attention to detail, along with gritty, vicious combat in multiplayer modes the game will feature everything from quick, brutal firefights to more intricate and challenging tactical modes.

Key Features

  • Red Orchestra multiplayer taken to new heights: The brutal, gritty Red Orchestra gameplay has been enhanced, expanded and made more accessible. Gameplay modes as instantly recognizable as Firefight (Tripwire's take on Team Death Match), single-life gaming redefined in Countdown mode - and the Territory mode already beloved by the hundreds of thousands of Red Orchestra players worldwide.
  • Heroes: Achieve the ultimate goal and become a Hero online. Players with hero status inspire troops around them and cause fear in their enemies. Heroes have access to the best and rarest weapons and will stand out visually from the rest of the soldiers.
  • First person cover system: Experience the ultimate firefights that a cover system allows, from the immersion of a first person view. Peek or blind fire over and around cover and more.
  • Unique Focus – the Battle of Stalingrad in depth: takes the familiar WWII genre into a unique direction. Far removed from the well-trodden Normandy setting, gameplay is based on fresh scenarios and actions the player has never experienced before. Follow the German army as they assault the city of Stalingrad, to the banks of the Volga. Follow the Soviet army as it holds the city against all the odds then destroys the Axis forces.
  • WWII weaponry redefined: true to life ballistics, bullet penetration, breathing, adjustable sights, free aim, weapon bracing, photo-real graphics and more, create WWII weaponry that has no equal.
  • Immersive First Person Tank Warfare: experience what it was like to fight inside one of these metal beasts in WWII with the most immersive first person tank warfare ever created. Fully modeled 3d interiors, a full AI crew, and advanced armor and damage systems create a unique tanking experience.
  • Morale: Experience what it is like to be a soldier in one of the bloodiest conflicts in history and the importance of a soldier’s state of mind and how it can turn the tide of battle. Suppress your enemies and gain the advantage in combat!
  • Persistent Stats Tracking and Player Progression: Persistence constantly gives the gamer something to strive for and keeps them playing. Grow in rank, earn achievements, improve your abilities, and become a Hero!
  • Enhanced Unreal® Engine™ 3: Built on an enhanced version of Unreal Engine 3 the game features cutting edge visuals and features.

System Requirements

    • OS: Windows XP/Vista/7
    • Processor: Dual Core 2.3 GHz or better
    • Memory: 2 GB
    • Graphics: 256 MB SM 3.0 DX9 Compliant NVIDIA® GeForce 7800 GTX or better ATI® Radeon® HD 2900 GT or better
    • DirectX®: DirectX 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 23 GB free hard drive space
    • Sound: Windows Supported Sound Card
    • Other: Broadband Internet Connection required
    • OS: Windows XP/Vista/7
    • Processor: Quad Core 2.6 GHz or better
    • Memory: 3 GB
    • Graphics: 512 MB SM 3.0 DX9 Compliant NVIDIA® GeForce GTX 260 or better ATI® Radeon® HD 5750 or better
    • Hard Drive: 23 GB free hard drive space
    • Sound: Sound Blaster Audigy or better
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Very Positive (575 reviews)
Very Positive (19,607 reviews)
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( 12.5 hrs on record )
Posted: 25 July
Loads of fun, good community.
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( 17.1 hrs on record )
Posted: 24 July
wtf is this ♥♥♥
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David Heckmann
( 58.2 hrs on record )
Posted: 24 July
  • Unreal Engine,
  • World War II Game,
  • Amazing graphic and sound,
  • Great voice acting,
  • Realistic balistics, wounds and explosions,
  • Weapons consistent with history,
  • Successful 30 japanese players banzai charges,
  • Singleplayer and multiplayer campaing,
  • 4-5 players in the tank crew,
  • and many many more!

  • Shame they are only 2 tanks in the game: T-34 and Panzer IV. In the Heroes of Stalingrad I would like to see Panzer V Panther or Panzer VI Tiger vs T-34-85 or IS-1 and in the Rising Storm Sherman vs Type95.
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( 32.2 hrs on record )
Posted: 23 July
Really Really fun team base, relistic and
WW2 Fps
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( 75.3 hrs on record )
Posted: 23 July
My favourite game of all time.
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Josh(Done with CSGO)
( 9.9 hrs on record )
Posted: 23 July
Such an amazing game, though it was hard to understand the controls because I just suck at video games this is none the less probably the best WW2 FPS out there and shows very good features that other FPS games have , such as realism. It is a very good shooter and is still very much enjoyable with its realism, in which games tend to go for what players want and make it more of an arcade shooter which is bad. This is a really good game and to play was very enjoyable and cheap to get!
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( 12.1 hrs on record )
Posted: 23 July
Its an OCD sim huh? (6 year old screams in mic HAIL HITLER ♥♥♥♥♥ES) ..seems legit

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( 132.6 hrs on record )
Posted: 23 July
i love this game... any idea on how to get Rising Storm without having to pay for the vanilla all over again? i mean, i already have heroes of stalingrad...
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( 16.5 hrs on record )
Posted: 23 July
If you like scalping Nazis and japs play this
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Shadow Ops
( 4.8 hrs on record )
Posted: 23 July
Red Orchestra 2: Heroes Of Stalingrad With Rising Storm
fast game with modern day graphics with easy controls that moves from location A to B to C and so on,
good amount of action and special effects,
good amount of multiplayer

good game.
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32 of 37 people (86%) found this review helpful
7 people found this review funny
280.9 hrs on record
Posted: 1 July
I love Red Orchestra 2, and in particular Rising storm. I'm Japanese and I want to know more about the places where my forefathers fought: Guadalcanal, Peliliu, Tarawa, Burma, the Philippines, Saipan and Iwo Jima course with the Okinawa. Also I am interested to know about weapons of that time. I found out about the Type 89 and Type 100. This game has the most atmospheric maps, I often feel like a soldier in the Imperial Japanese Army. I have never met such a good game about the war in the Pacific. I remember when I bought it, it's the best of the games that I have. But the most remarkable thing in the game - a banzai attack. I heard my grandfather's memories about the Banzai attack, but I could not think how it bravely - run on the enemy machine guns with swords and bayonets.I could feel for myself what it is - to go to the Banzai attack. Banzai attack - that's what the Japanese people different from the other nations of the world.I think if my grandparents decided to remember how they fought, I would have invited them to this game. But the first grandfather died on Okinawa in 1945, and the second died in 2014. I am very proud of them.
Okay, let's move on to the pros and cons of this game.

+This is the most realistic game about World War II. You can kill with one shot here is missing life bar. There is no minimap in the bottom left corner.

+Beautiful maps. So beautiful that they absorb you completely.

+Gameplay. You feel a full participant of hostilities in the Pacific Ocean. When I play, I feel that I will soon be killed soon.

+A lot of various weapons. From katana to light mortar and flamethrower. You will find something you like among these weapons diversity. My choice - a Type 38.

+Various phrases of soldiers during battle. They give to understand how to feels the soldiers on the front line.

+Various phrases of soldiers. You can understand that a soldier feels in the moment.

+Banzai attack.

-Difficulty. A man came out of games like Battlefield, Call of duty will be difficult to play this game. But you get used to the game after about 50 hours of play in it.

-Inadequate players. It is good that these players being kicked from the server.

-Small fullness of servers.

+-The level of weapon/character. Some players get tired to upgrade his character and weapons, a lot of players throw the game because of this reason, but it suits me and I continue to play. I include this to the minuses and pluses.

So I think this is the coolest game of all games about World War II and especially about the war in the Pacific. This game is not expensive. You should play in this game!
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24 of 26 people (92%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
623.1 hrs on record
Posted: 8 July
This is going to be one of those long reviews, so I'll start with a short overview. If you only want a short review, just read that.

Buy this game. It's great. It feels great, controls smooth, looks quite good, has a great atmosphere, some good communities scattered in there, and it takes skill, teamwork, and tactics to play well, but not at the expense of tension or gameplay. It's not quite as realistic as Arma, but it's so much more tense and immersive. It's my FPS dream come true.

Okay, now comes the long bit.

Red Orchestra isn't a perfect simulation of war, but it feels so real, the sense of fear is so palpable, the triumph of finally getting good and learning to hit moving targets, of finally learning how to handle yourself in a combat situation so that you can kill as many of the enemy as possible - that is better than any milsim's realism.

Somebody once asked me if Red Orchestra 2/Rising Storm is as hard as they'd heard. Here's what I told them.

"Let me put it to you this way.

It's not too difficult to learn how to shoot accurately. Not getting shot is the difficult part. You have to learn to check every corner of every room that you enter. Check the ceiling if the building is more than one story, since there are often holes in the second floor. Become obsessive about checking for the enemy. It'll keep you alive longer. Not forever, though. Why would you want to live forever? Make your inevitable death mean something. Never cross open ground if you can avoid it. Move from cover to cover when there is some, which is rare enough, and when there isn't, you'd better hope your squad leader hasn't thrown his smoke grenade yet, because the enemy machine gunner 100 meters away whose muzzle flash is the only thing you can see as your buddy's stomach turns into a large-caliber hole, well, that enemy is going to cut you to pieces if you don't have a smokescreen up. If you see the enemy and you're moving, you're dead already, so don't worry about learning to stop moving and respond.

Shooting accurately is easy if you know when to shoot. Don't try to shoot when you aren't behind some sort of cover. Make sure that it's actual solid cover and not just a piece of corrugated metal or a bush, because bullets go through those, and your muzzle flash will give you away. There's no crosshair. To shoot from the hip and get a kill, you have to be up close and personal, good, in possession of a full-auto weapon, and very lucky. Don't shoot from the hip if you can avoid it. Use your iron sights. No scope for you, unless you earn it with the blood of thousands of enemies. If you've been sprinting for too long, your weapon sways and you can't hit anything. Bullets drop, and they travel at something like 800m/s, though it varies from weapon to weapon, so you have to lead your target (the amount you lead by varies from weapon to weapon as well for the aforementioned reason) and adjust the zeroing on your rear sight if you want your bullets to go anywhere near where you point your weapon. If you are a rifleman, your job is not just to kill the enemy, but to die so that the guy behind you can figure out the location of the enemy who killed you and kill him, making the next 10 meters clear for your squad to advance. The needs of your team outweigh your life. Get used to it.

So you're sure you're in a good firing position. Now line up the shot. Lining up the shot is easy if you can see the enemy. Seeing the enemy is hard. You look for a slightly darker shade of gray or brown in a gray-brown hell that is of no real strategic importance, but your orders are to fight for it anyway, so you do. You look for a slightly different shade of green in a sweltering jungle which has already given you malaria and has rotted your uniform to tatters. If you can see the enemy, assume they can see you. Don't move. The human eye picks up movement much better than it does a slight difference in color. Wait for your chance. Shoot. Wait to see the blood, but as soon as you do, move. You've given away your position. Find a new one.

So you've lined up the shot. It's not difficult to line up the shot if you can do all these things and survive long enough. Pulling the trigger is harder at first. I used to miss on purpose every so often, when I was new to the game. I'm a pacifist in real life, and thought I was doing good, since we're all just scared boys trying to survive in a meat grinder. But no. I've seen too many of my friends die to miss on purpose now. I've been through too much ♥♥♥♥.

Everybody around you is going to die. You've accepted this. You're going to die. You're never going to make it home again. But you want to stay alive as long as possible, for some sick, twisted, perverted reason. Part of you would rather die. You've seen men screaming for their mothers as they writhe around in puddles of their blood, staring with soulless eyes at their mangled limbs and exposed intestines. There's no time for a man to be incredulous when he realizes he will never use his legs or genitals again even if he survives. There's only time for pain.

God, you want it to end. But something keeps pushing you onwards, forcing you to do whatever it takes to survive even though you'd rather end it all before the enemy does, because it's all going to end soon anyway. The enemy will never make it home again either. They're all going to die. What does it matter if you happen to kill one of them? From the moment he was assigned to this front, he was dead. You are just the man holding the rifle that causes his death. Somebody else would kill him if you didn't, and maybe if you kill him, you and your friends might survive a few minutes longer. You want those few minutes, even though they will only bring pain, terror, and possibly the shell with your name on it that rips off your arm above the elbow and bathes the snow in warm blood that steams as it cools.

Prepare to die. You are nobody. You are no longer a gamer. You were never a gamer. You used to be a peasant boy from Siberia who dreams of becoming a novelist. You used to be a butcher's son from Bavaria whose sweetheart has promised to marry him when Russia is defeated. You used to be Horace Mann High School's baseball star who joined the Marines since he wasn't good enough for college ball. You used to be the proud child of an old sword-making family from Nakatsu. You used to be these things, but now you're nobody. You don't have a mouse and keyboard. You used to have a plow, but now you turn over the soil with artillery. You used to have a girl's hand to hold, but now you only caress your rifle. You used to have a baseball you played catch with, but now you play catch with grenades. You used to watch your father slide the swords into cold water to harden them, but now you watch bayonets plunge into the warm entrails of your friends. You are cannon fodder. You're not special. You are a cog in a great machine, a machine that has plenty of other cogs willing to take your place when you are no longer useful. You are just one of 25 million cogs.

So, yeah. It's difficult. But be thankful it's not real. For millions, it was."

I cannot recommend this game enough. If you want a story-driven campaign, or good AI, or easy kills, look elsewhere. But give this a shot. It's so damn good. I've never been to war, and I'm so lucky to be able to say that. I'll never kill anybody in real life if I can help it. But this game took me out of my room and put me in the middle of the most brutal war in history better than any tightly-scripted CoD campaign ever could. It's the most immersive game in existence. Try it.
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43 of 64 people (67%) found this review helpful
52 people found this review funny
32.4 hrs on record
Posted: 30 June
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13 of 13 people (100%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
17.4 hrs on record
Posted: 24 June
This game desevers more praise then it already has!
Playing the first 30 minutes and I was haveing fun(with bots then later players)
first 2 hours this game made me cry. Its so real the emotinal depth to this game means something to me ive never seen a FPS game that made me almost cry from playing the multiplayer.
Ive played battlefield and none of those moments in that game made me feel like the way this game does.
Ive played call of duty Black ops 1-3 and none of those have never inpressed in the time this has.
Although when I was 5 call of duty 3 and 2 made me cry.
Ive played alot of FPS games but this one is just awsome haveing to be considerite of your ammo and bleed effect and barrel change and leaning and F*CK IT ITS AWSOME! I recomend you pick this one up and try it
The music is so fitting (thats one reason I cried)
Its just so fitting and just fits.
This game doesnt need a single player campaining becuase its just that griping.
I was playing as the japineese and the germans most of the time but I still managed to sympothy for them and the other team the dioluge is great the screams the crys of pain mean something to me.
Best Ww2 game ive ever played!
Lets hope riseing storm 2 will have the same effect on me.
Ps Im crying right now.
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11 of 11 people (100%) found this review helpful
7 of 7 people (100%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
195.1 hrs on record
Posted: 26 June
-Constantly New Maps and Mods rolling out - ALL FREE! which dramatically increases scope and gameplay.
-INTENSE COMBAT! You will have PTSD after this, It is not COD no running in a maze. This is not CS Crap GO. 1 Shot and your pretty much dead.
-You pick up Russian pretty quick. DA COMRAD! PABEDA DLA SEABYAHH!!
- Team work and cordination wins the round.

Only thing bad I can say is sometimes you will get unbalanced teams that just WRECK the goat cheese out of moral and will make you rage quit. Also the only indication of enemy is their uniform, newbies get a lot of teamkills. \

One of my favortie moments was when I was US in Pacific campaign, I snuck up on an enemy jap, stabby stabby, stole his Katan, and then ran around pretending to be a jap. No one shot me because they know US soldiers wont have a katana raised above their heads. I quitely ran into a dark dark house and stood in a small closet walkspace, with my katana raised and ready to do battle.

An enemy soldier walks in, and quitely walks through the dark dark house. The only light he could see was the reflection of the moon on my raised blade. By then it was too late as I Miseroogeed his face with a quick choppy chop chop. He dropped, and I returned to my position in the dark, his buddy hearing his comrads last squeek quickly ran into the house and ran past me searching for who ever killed his friend. He quickly found out.. but only for a split second.

This earned me a KILL BILL achivement

- 10/10 will KILL BILL again.
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9 of 11 people (82%) found this review helpful
5 people found this review funny
13.4 hrs on record
Posted: 2 July
When I first read the reviews for this game, I was shocked to find that some people were horrified by the results of this games purchase. I needed to find out for myself how realistic this games really is. As I opened up the game I was greeted by a simple and effective main menu. I figured I would play the training to see if I was walking into something complicated. I was happy to see that the game wasn't too crazy. I jumped into my first match to find myself accidentally walking into the middle of a massive fire fight only to be massacared by the enemy team. I figured I should change to a marksman to avoid the frontline fire. As I mounted up in an apartment window, I found myself doing much better as I was starting to fix my k/d and actually started supporting my team. I realized the horrible killing machine I had become as I had looked over myself after the match. I first got my PTSD from a event that will never leave my mind, it gave me nightmares. I was sniping from a window when I spotted two people acting as if they had never seen each other in years. I trained my scope in on the man on the right and pulled the trigger, sending a piece of sharp, refined metal from my barrel right into the man's right temple. As the blood flew from the man's head into his friends mouth and face, I felt no emotion as I saw the man on the right freak out into burst of emotion that would send him to his knee's beside his friends lifeless body. I shot the man in the knee sending him into imense pain. I walked over to this man and as he begged for mercy and as stood there I pulled out my mauser and shot him in the forehead. The blood flew from his head like a watermelon, sledge hammer collision. Even though I have only played this game for 0.7 hours, I already have PTSD and am shaking while writing this. This game is a must buy.

10/10 Would get PTSD again.
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97.8 hrs on record
Posted: 26 June
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5 of 5 people (100%) found this review helpful
64.3 hrs on record
Posted: 17 July
Clunky mechanics and tents pitched everywhere but still the best WW2 FPS out there.
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5 of 6 people (83%) found this review helpful
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1,635.7 hrs on record
Posted: 22 July
Good game, seriously.
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