Well this looks great, but to be honest March is too busy for gamers though. For me I'm playing Heart of Swarm, God of War. And waiting to try Age of Wushu.
0:22 and 0:25 that's me in the machine gun bunker, and 0:50 I'm the jap on the roof lmao.
Can't wait for this game to release for real it is so fun and gona be great to see what the map modders come up with!
That flamethrower is srs bidness. I need to find the time to play this, haven't played RO2 in months.
Nothing I haven't seen... but the guns' mechanic and feel seems promising especially for Multiplayer play. Hoping for medal of honor allied assault multiplayer experience all over again.
Woulda preferred a more realistic Pacific WW2 FPS, so sick of these online FPS games where it's all constant shooting. Dayz gets it right IMO, lots of downtime, however when you do get into a battle your heart rate shoots right up.
Don't expect the CoD crowd to understand this game which is exactly why I would like to try it. Tripwire needs to put more polish into it than they did RO2. Waiting for reviews before going anywhere near it.
Pacific is my favorite theater of WWII so I'm excited for sure.
Man I wish someone would make WWII shooter in north Africa everything else has been done before its like people forgot that it was were the first major victories for the allies were won
I bought RO2 when it came out, it was barely playable. I tried to go back about a month ago, it still sucked. This game is a camper's heaven. Get out of your hole, be sure to get killed in 15 seconds.
@voidhawk2000 Never played Red Orchestra have you? Derp
@cuddlyfuzzle They are actually great to shoot and play and very well balanced all things considered.
@lorider25 It's up to 64 players.
@HIT3kNology Red Orchestra is a Multiplayer game, so you do play as both sides
@Fragzoon It's a very real experience to play lol.
@Tixylixx You don't get into 'battles' very often in DayZ.. you run for hours in boredom trying to find anything useful for weapons, and then the 'battle' is often you just falling dead on your face going "wait.. what happened?.. oh I got sniped.. fantastic..".
Red Orchestra 2 is an outstanding multiplayer game. I hope they make better AI (it's on the Unreal Engine so it should be possible) so that the bots don't just run headlong into bullets anymore. Also, it would be nice to implement a 'party' system so that you and your friends could get dropped onto the same team by default (and even the same squad would be fantastic).
@Tixylixx Have you even played Red Orchestra 2? It's nothing close to most multiplayer shooters?
I dunno how much more realistic you want your games though.. I mean, you have the arma games for modern warfare and you have red orchestra for ww2 stuff..
Try out Red Orchestra 2 before saying it isn't "realistic" enough..
@Fo_Fai FPS as a whole isn't the problem.. COD clones are the problem.. Games that cover their shallow gameplay by trying to suck the gamer into the allure of better weapons/gear/emblems if they just play more. Red Orchestra 2 does the opposite. While getting kills is often few and far between, they are the most satisfying ones in any multiplayer that I've played. You have to be ok with dying, though. Caring too much about your kill:death ratio is a good way to hate this game without giving it a good chance.
@Sorciere_basic First of all, fuck CoD and second, as for polish I'm assuming you haven't played RO2 recently?
@Tarfang2 One of the "original" Call of Dutys, before Multiplayer become its focus, was set in N.Africa. I think it was the last Call of Duty before the "Modern Warfare" Treatment.
@jack00 Come again?
I'm pretty sure that REAL war, isn't about running around hip-shooting Hollywood style!
Actually, most wars are from a good distance, in trenches.. movies like to portray things in a very action-packed or schwarzenager-esque scenes of "heroism"...
Red Orchestra 2 does what it's MEANT to do; simulate the FEELING of DEADLINEST a SINGLE bullet can pose.
@blinky123abc @Sorciere_basic I know it's been patched up but I have moved on to other things long ago. I don't like waiting 8+ months after release for a game to become polished.
@GODSPEEDseven Yeah, Operation Flashpoint Dragon Rising took a pretty good approach with the whole 1 bullet thing. Was pretty good.
@funkyboy1989 Well it had a bit of a rocky launch which directly impacted its popularity but I feel it’s still a great game. Sure not as inspiring as its predecessor, but it brought lots of intuitive ingenuity to the stagnated FPS gunplay of other titles.
You've got to give any innovation credit in this industry no matter how esoteric it remains, perhaps even more so, just a shame the rest of the industry misses out.