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Posted on Jun 21, 2011 in Games PR

Red Orchestra 2 Release Date Announced

Jim Zabek

On August 30th, 2011 Tripwire Interactive will give gamers the opportunity to experience war in a whole new way with the release of Red Orchestra 2: Heroes of Stalingrad. PC Gamer declared Red Orchestra 2 "a generational leap for WWII shooters. It simply has the most impressive systems I’ve seen in an FPS." The game will be available simultaneously worldwide through Steam and other digital outlets, as well as in retail stores across the world, all on August 30th, 2011. MSRP will be $39.99 for the USA, with appropriate local pricing for other territories.

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Tripwire Interactive are also very excited to announce the selection of PunkBuster™ Anti-Cheat software and PBBans streaming ban support for the game. "With the selection of PunkBuster and PBBans in addition to VAC we’re taking a three pronged approach to cheat protection for Red Orchestra 2," said John Gibson, Tripwire Interactive President. "We hope this sends a strong message to gamers that we take cheating very seriously and are tackling it head on BEFORE the game ships."

Red Orchestra 2 will "redefine" the WWII shooter genre with unique and innovative gameplay including first person cover, immersive first person tank warfare, all new multiplayer gametypes including the multiplayer campaign mode, and unrivaled weaponry with systems such as full ballistics and suppression of enemies. Red Orchestra 2 also gives gamers the opportunity to fight through both the German attacks into the city and the Red Army’s crushing reply in single player.

Keep up to date with the latest development news for Heroes of Stalingradby following the official Steam game group here: http://steamcommunity.com/games/RO2.
 

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