Tripwire Interactive has just announced that Red Orchestra 2, the WW2 shooter that won PC Gamer’s “Multiplayer FPS of the Year,” is getting a Game of the Year edition. Everyone who already owns the game will be able to download the GOTY edition free content pack later this week. Red Orchestra 2 will also be free to play this weekend on Steam.
Read on for details on how Tripwire Interactive hopes to rope in fresh meat for the Stalingrad meatgrinder while appeasing Red Orchestra veterans who think the sequel is too fast paced.Here is a list of the new improvements that Tripwire is adding to Red Orchestra 2:
- “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!
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