Antimatter Games and Tripwire Interactive announced that Rising Storm 2: Vietnam will be available as Free to Play on Steam for this weekend (3 days). Also, interested people can buy the game at 50 percent discount for $14.99 instead of $29.99.
This Special promotion will be available till June 4, to play the game free for 3 days visit this Steam Store page: https://goo.gl/Ub2qdY and hit “Play Game”.
Rising Storm 2: Vietnam is a tactical first-person shooter video game developed by Antimatter Games and Tripwire Interactive and is co-published by Tripwire Interactive and Iceberg Interactive. It is a direct sequel to 2013’s Rising Storm set during the Vietnam War, placing emphasis on asymmetric gameplay. The game released worldwide for Microsoft Windows through digital distribution platform Steam on May 30, 2017.
The game is set in the period of the Vietnam War conflict and many of the locations are based on historic battles. Players can make use of era-specific weapons, including automatic and semi-automatic rifles, artillery, flamethrowers and machine guns.
For the first time in the franchise, players are able to take control of airborne vehicles, including attack, reconnaissance and transport helicopters. Weapon and character customization mark their debuts in Rising Storm 2: Vietnam, allowing a wide array of weapon and munition varieties and a large amount of head, upper and lower body and skin customization.
A retooled squad system allows a player to create and customize a squad. Rewards towards working closely with your squad are meant to make sure better team cohesion. Multiplayer maps are larger than before and have a greater vertical dynamic.
The maps are based on real locations in Vietnam during the war and come in three themes; jungle, rural and urban. The game launched with eight maps and three modes, which include Territories, Supremacy, and Skirmish.
Rising Storm 2: Vietnam’s multiplayer pits up to 64 players against one another from either the South or the North in the Vietnam War conflict. Each faction features unique abilities and options to show the asymmetrical nature of the game.
Players can choose between the National Liberation Front (NLF/VC) and the North Vietnamese Army (PAVN/NVA), against the United States Army, United States Marine Corps, and Australian Army.