There’s never been a better time to experience 64-player matches and the brutal, gritty and authentic warfare featured in Rising Storm 2: Vietnam, the award-winning and critically acclaimed first-person shooter from publisher Tripwire Interactive and developer Antimatter Games. With today’s release of the Rising Storm 2: Vietnam– Rearmed and Remastered update, players can look forward to a wealth of quality of life and community requested improvements, as well as new weaponry and the addition of two new fan favorite maps remastered from Red Orchestra 2: “Mekong” and “Dong Ha.” Today’s update is part of Tripwire Interactive and Antimatter Game’s commitment to support Rising Storm 2: Vietnam with regular updates and improvements, and follows over 20 new updates, 12 new maps, 16 new weapons, and over 250 million confirmed kills since the first-person shooter first launched in May, 2017. Find out more fun facts about Rising Storm 2: Vietnam’s
The new Rising Storm 2: Vietnam - Rearmed and Remastered update also kicks off an extended Free Weekend for Rising Storm 2: Vietnam on Steam. Starting on Thursday, Nov. 15 (10AM PST) through Wednesday, Nov. 21 (10AM PST), players can download and play the game for free and experience the brutal multiplayer battles that makes Rising Storm 2: Vietnam a fan favorite. During this time, new recruits can also take advantage of a 67% off Steam sale on Rising Storm 2: Vietnam and 50% off on all Rising Storm 2: Vietnam DLC.
Rising Storm 2: Vietnam - Rearmed and Remastered key features include:
- Red Orchestra 2 Maps: Revisit “Mekong” and “Dong Ha,” two fan favorite maps from Red Orchestra 2, remastered and updated for Rising Storm 2: Vietnam.
- New Weaponry: In addition to over 50 weapons, covering everything from rifles and pistols to flamethrowers and rocket launchers, players can look forward to a more expanded arsenal, including:
- MP40 for the NLF
- 200-round belt-fed RPD
- Deployable DShk: Pick up this heavy machine gun at a resupply point and deploy where needed
- Fougasse mine trap for North Vietnamese
- M2 Browning for Southern forces
- Audio Improvements: New audio occlusion system improves how sound is affected by the environment