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Download Red Orchestra 2 on Steam for free

Tripwire Interactive has given the heads up that its multiplayer World War II shooter Red Orchestra 2: Heroes of Stalingrad will be free to download -- and keep forever! -- as part of a 24-hour deal on Steam, starting tomorrow. Help spread ...

 
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Red Orchestra 2 is free to play this weekend on Steam

Not content with just being included in this week's Humble Bundle offer, Tripwire Interactive's Red Orchestra 2: Heroes of Stalingrad is free for you to try this weekend on Steam. The World War II multiplayer shooter has also been reduced b...

 
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Visit the Killing Floor in this week's Humble Bundle

Whilst these new weekly Humble Bundle deals might lack pizazz of the main bundles, they're still a great way to pick up some games for a few dollars. This week, it's the turn of Tripwire Interactive to be included in the Humble Bundle....

 
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Visit the Pacific theater of war in Rising Storm

Coming from an eclectic team made up of developers from Tripwire Interactive and community modders, Rising Storm is looking to take Red Orchestra's style of World War II combat into the Pacific theater with more guns, explosions, and katan...

 
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Red Orchestra 2 cuts price in half and adds friend pass

Red Orchestra 2 recently had a free-to-play weekend, and it was wildly successful. The influx of new players was a good start, but Tripwire has decided to do even more to bring players into the game. Red Orchestra 2 is now permane...

 
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Red Orchestra 2 is getting a free content pack and more

Tripwire Interactive has announced a Game of the Year Edition for Red Orchestra 2: Heroes of Stalingrad, and unlike how many studios tend to handle this situation, they're putting out the new content as a free update. What's more, the game ...

 
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Red Orchestra 2 gets all stats and achievements reset

Red Orchestra 2 had a rough launch. While it is a great game, there were some serious issues to deal with, including bugs. One of those issues was stats not being recorded correctly. Players would sometimes have random and ludicrous numbers...

 
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Review: Red Orchestra 2: Heroes of Stalingrad

World War II has never been this interesting. Five years ago, most gamers where tired of seeing WWII games, and now the cool kids are playing modern warfare shooters. If you're sick of the current trend in this genre, and want something t...

 
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New maps for Red Orchestra 2 beta and screenshots

Red Orchestra 2: Heroes of Stalingrad is shaping up to be the sleeper-hit shooter of 2011. The beta went live earlier this week, and fans are in love with the game. If you are one of the lucky ones in the beta, there are three new maps bein...

 
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Red Orchestra 2 beta is up for Deluxe Edition pre-orders

If you pre-ordered the Deluxe Edition of Red Orchestra 2: Heroes of Stalingrad, you can finally play the beta. This goes for anyone who has already purchased the game, and anyone who buys it before launch. This first wave of beta testing wi...

 
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Preview: Red Orchestra 2: Heroes of Stalingrad

Red Orchestra 2: Heroes of Stalingrad is all about bloody and massive 64-player battles set in the Eastern front of World War II. It's a refreshing blend of simulation and fun gameplay that should be a good change of pace from the generic m...

 
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Red Orchestra 2 pushed back two weeks

Red Orchestra 2: Heroes of Stalingrad has been moved out of August thanks to a short delay. The long-awaited WWII PC shooter will be releasing on September 13, 2011. Yeah, this moves the game into the time of year when big-name games start ...

 
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New screens of Red Orchestra 2 and 'Rising Storm' mod

We have some new screenshots of the upcoming World War II shooter, Red Orchestra 2: Heroes of Stalingrad, to show off. In Red Orchestra 2, you will always be playing from first person, even while taking cover. You'll have to fire blindly ov...

 

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