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Rising Storm 2: VIETNAM Digital Deluxe Edition





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Purchase the Digital Deluxe Edition and receive 2 exclusive character customization items, 4 early item unlocks and the Official Soundtrack.

Exclusive Content

2 Exclusive Customization Items - Camouflaged Boonie Hats for both factions
The Official Soundtrack made from original composed music will be available to Digital Deluxe Edition owners after the release of Rising Storm 2: Vietnam.

Early Unlocks:

  • United States Army/Marines
  • Lowland ERDL Camouflaged Helmet
  • Darkhorse Pilot Helmet
  • North Vietnamese
  • Headscarf
  • Camouflaged Ushanka

Rising Storm 2: Vietnam is the sequel to PC Gamer’s 2011 & 2013 ‘Multiplayer Game of the Year’, published by Tripwire Interactive and developed by Antimatter Games, the same team that created the award-winning and innovative asymmetric gameplay of the original Rising Storm

For the first time, the authentic gunplay and visceral first-person action of the Red Orchestra series is coming to an era of automatic rifles, man-portable grenade launchers and more modern weapons systems. Rising Storm 2: Vietnam casts players into a brutal, authentic recreation of the Vietnam War.
Massive 64 Player Battles

Rising Storm 2: Vietnam offers intense tactical action for up to 64 players in battles between the US forces and the Vietnamese, with each force having their own unique abilities and tactical advantages such as Napalm Strikes, Artillery Barrages, surface-to-air missiles, traps, ambushes and more. 
30+ Authentic Weapons

A variety of authentic period weapons available including the M16, M14, M60, M79 and M3 Grease Gun for the Americans; and the Type 56 Assault Rifle (a Chinese copy of the famous AK-47), RPG-7, MAT-49, SKS Carbine and many, many more for the Vietcong. 

Weapons also have a wide range of functionality with in-game implications, including adjustable stocks, attachable bayonets, and a new and advanced recoil system which builds on the already phenomenal weapon handling that the Red Orchestra series is famous for.
Ride of the Valkyries
Players on the US team will be able to pilot 3 different helicopters - the UH-1H "Huey" transport, the OH-6 "Loach" light recon and the powerful AH-1G "Cobra" attack helicopter. 
Coventional Army vs Guerilla Forces

Play as both the United States Military and Vietnamese resistance fighters. Rising Storm 2: Vietnam allows players to control either the U.S. Army and Marines Corps or the militarized and guerrilla forces of North Vietnam - the NVA and the Viet Cong.
Historical World

Each map faithfully recreates the look of the Vietnam experience and aims to pull players directly into the war with its extreme authenticity to real life. 

Maps will include the famous jungles of Vietnam, but will also cover battles that occurred in cities, on rolling hills, in US Firebases, Rice Fields, Plantations and many more authentic locations.
2 New Game Modes

Game types include Red Orchestra's classic territory control mode, the new Supremacy mode, for large-scale combat including helicopters, VC tunnels and more, as well as the new smaller Skirmish mode and maps designed for 16 or less players. 

These new smaller maps are designed to be a more competitive, squad-based experience that reflect the small unit actions that Vietnam is famous for.
Command Your Team To Victory

Enhanced squad system that allows players to set up squads as they want them - name them, add their friends, set the squad tag color in game. Once in game, easy identification of your squad in the world and on maps - and dedicated VOIP channels for the squad, as well as bonuses for working together.
Fair Play & Cosmetic Upgrades

Rising Storm 2: Vietnam's focus will be player skill and balance. We won't be locking content like weapon upgrades, improved player characteristics or new armaments behind a rank or experience system. We want to put the tools to succeed in the hands of every player.
Personalize Your Uniform

Rising Storm 2: Vietnam will allow players to customize their player characters with additional uniform and equipment variants earned as they play. These will include new headgear, clothing, tattoos, glasses and more.


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Iceberg Interactive
Antimatter Games
Iceberg Interactive
Tuesday, May 30, 2017
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Customer notes
Minimum Requirements
  • OS: Windows 7 SP1, Windows 8.1, Windows 10 (64-bit versions only)
  • Processor: Intel Core i3 @ 2.5GHz or AMD Phenom @ 2.5GHz
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460 or ATI Radeon HD 5850
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Storage: 12 GB available space
  • Additional Notes: UNSUPPORTED HARDWARE: 32-bit Operating Systems
Recommended Requirements
  • OS: Windows 7 SP1, Windows 8.1, Windows 10 (64-bit versions only)
  • Processor: Intel Core i5 @ 3.2GHz or AMD @ 4.0GHz or better
  • Memory: 6 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760 or AMD R9 270X or better
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Storage: 12 GB available space




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A gritty multiplayer with a special community and rewarding teamplay


Let's be straightforward. This game does not look that great. The graphics are outdated, resembling something out of 2010. If you're looking to have your mind blown by top of the line textures, look elsewhere. What this game has is a certain raw experience that keeps me coming back. The frustrating and unforgiving game play weeds out most of your run&gunners and leaves behind a dedicated community that strives for team based work, and it's painfully obvious when one time has a strong team dynamic and the other side doesn't. I've felt connected to random squad mates more in this game than I have in any other shooter, even those that strive to have a "squad" system like battlefield. It really comes down to frustration weeding out those looking for a quick kill, and leaving behind those who are willing to crawl and weave and sit quietly waiting for the opportune moment to attack an objective. Truly a great purchase.

The Best Vietnam War Game Out There


Rising Storm 2 is fantastic. It pits 32 US soldiers against 32 Vietnamese in frantic first person combat in the jungles of Vietnam in the late 60's. It's more realistic than most first person shooters, but feels a little more arcade-y than the original Rising Storm. The asymmetric combat between the NVA/VC and the US makes the game feel even more unique. It's a solid multiplayer shooter that I'd recommend to any fps fan. 9/10

Cool, if not essential


This is my version. There isn't anything you need in the game, or give you unfair advantage, just cosmetic stuff, and a soundtrack, which is as it should be. Also, it's pretty cheap. 4 dollars extra is well worth for the additional content, so if you find the costume helmets and other things here cool, i really recommend it.

I recommend this game to anyone who likes semi-realism FPS


Rising Storm 2: Vietnam combines all the right things RO2/RS did. Massive battles, limited important roles, Commander, Squad Leaders; and then expands upon that. How it expands upon that is improving the RO2 abomination of a Squad system with squads that can be created on the fly with a maximum of six people. Those six members are free to chose their own roles compared to RO2/RS where the roles were confined to specific squads. Also on top of that is an improved VOIP system that allows you to talk to your fellow squad members (without the enemy hearing it) to coordinate without having to talk in Team VOIP, so essentially Squad VOIP is the only chat that is needed to be used by Squad Members, while the Squad Leaders just use Team chat to talk with the commander (depending on how you run your server, clan, or etc.) in theory. The other big change is how one spawns on a squad leader. For the US side, its spawning on the squad leader like in RO2/RS, but not only can you do that, you can spawn on a transport helicopter and be dropped behind enemy lines! This allows more in-depth strategies that the Commander can do on top of calling in artillery, recon, etc. The era really makes it more deep then what RO2/RS. Not only are there Transport helis (UH-1 Huey), there are also Scout (OH-6 Cayuse/Loach - mainly called loach in-game) and Combat helicopters (AH-1 Cobra). These provide a great amount of firepower to the US that if used right can shape a game dramatically. For North Vietnam, they don't spawn on the squad leader, so they have to set up a tunnel which the squad and squad leader spawn from. The squad leader builds it with a pickaxe and is constructed about 30+ meters away from a objective and around 5+ meters away from other tunnels. It's a quite effective thing to use and the squad leader can focus more on the battle and fighting (can die more) then acting as a mobile spawn point compared to the US squad leader. Fighting has changed a lot in my opinion; everyone and their mother now has an Automatic weapon! There are some semi-auto weapons like the SKS, M14. Also the bolt-action Mosin from RO2/RS makes a return, but automatic weapons really change the dynamic compared to RO2/RS. The primary dynamic change is that the battlefield is not really a ?front line? anymore like it was in RO2/RS, as both the map style and automatic weapons have caused a direct effect on the battle (That being Vietnam). There is a lot more flanking, maneuvering, ambushing and etc. It makes it a lot more fun than RO2/RS, but at the same time it can become a bit harder for those who are used to that older play style. Overall, I think it's an improvement and fits the era well. Pros: +Good feeling and fun automatic weapons +Historically accurate weapons +Role balance (good set number of roles from map-to-map) +Squad System +Squad VOIP +Controls +Removal of weapon upgrading/improvement +Cosmetics for your character (for those who like that) +Good Graphical options (though supersampling is missing, have to do it through nvidia control panel) +Good Game options (Manual bolting, advance flight module for helicopters, icons view distance, tips, etc.) +Good load times +Strong teamplay (if you are in a good squad) +Supremacy (A new gamemode where you have to control locations that give you "points", using points as I don't know how else to describe it, in a tug-of-war until you have more points than them or they run out of tickets. If you connect your main base to theirs, it starts to give you a bunch of "points" until you win! It's a constant battle for those positions and is quite fun compared to all territories on RO2/RS) Cons: -Hard / annoying dedicated server setup (For those clans or communities out there) -Broken features on launch for dedicated server (Reserved slots don?t work, so have to kick people manually for my clan members) -Memory leak on high-end hardware (happening for me and many others) -Hit registration (can be bad especially in those moments you fire, you know you should hit them but you die as you fire the weapon) -Only 5 large supremacy/territories maps, 3 small skirmish maps (though more will be released within the next year, Q3, Q4 and into 2018)

Multiplayer fragfest!


Rising Storm 2: Vietnam is a war shooter that is a collaboration between Antimatter Games and Tripwire Interactive, studio know for the Killing Floor and Red Orchestra. This title takes us to Vietnam. Game offers a variety of weapons available known from the Vietkong period and puts strong emphasis on multiplayer where 64 people can play in one match. If you like massive war games give this one a go.

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