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On the other hand, you also don’t get the intensity of action found in Counter-Strike or Call of Duty, both of which have much smaller maps. Comparisons to Battlefield 1942 seem apt initially, due to the vehicles and map sizes, but Battlefield’s flag and spawn system makes for constant chaos. Red Orchestra battles are deliberate by comparison. It’s not that the game is bad – far from it, as evidenced by the score – it’s just that the intermediate design ends up having the vices of its competitors as much if not more so than the benefits.
Fight in the theatre of war that changed the world forever. Battle alongside your compatriots on some of the most inhospitable environments of the Eastern Front in Red Orchestra: Ostfront 41-45 RO places you in the most realistic WWII first-person multi-player combat to date on the PC, allowing the player to fight through some of the most intense combat of the war. You can play as infantry, using a wide range of infantry weapons, or crew one of the many armoured combat vehicles available in the game, from half-tracks all the way through to the most famous German and Soviet heavy tanks. You can engage the enemy with everything from your bayonet at close quarters up to the massive 122mm cannon on the Soviet IS-2. And if that isn't enough, find an officer and a radio to call in thunderous artillery strikes to shake the enemy loose.
- Fight intense battles on 13 authentic Eastern Front combat environments
- Crew 14 fully realized vehicles with highly detailed exter.....
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