Red Orchestra 2 gets new update; free to play on Steam until Monday

Tripwire Interactive and Antimatter Games are issuing a new update for 2011's Red Orchestra 2 multiplayer. To celebrate this occasion, the game (as well as Rising Storm) will be free to play on Steam until Monday.


Let's continue with the theme of classic games getting new updates. Tripwire Interactive and Antimatter Games are visiting their old 2011 shooter, Red Orchestra 2, and the Reinforcement Update Pack. To celebrate, the game will be free to play for the rest of the week.

The Reinforcement Update Pack's main feature is a new map called Barrikady Factory. This map is a collaborative effort between Tripwire and the Red Orchestra community. It's only a beta map, though, so anyone looking to try it out must opt in to beta maps. The update also features a series of bug fixes, including kick voting fixes, sound adjustments, and tweaked recoil values.

As mentioned, both Red Orcestra 2 and Rising Storm will be free to play on Steam until Monday, October 26 at 10AM PST. Those looking to pick up Rising Storm GOTY Edition that comes with all the Red Orchestra goodness can also get it for 75 percent off during the duration of this sale.

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