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New Red Orchestra 2 Rising Storm screenshots

Tripwire Interactive have today announced a distribution deal with Lace Mamba to publish the recently announced, standalone Red Orchetra 2 Rising Storm in the UK and Australia. I figured you’re not too worried about who’s behind the distribution of the game, so long as it gets into your hands somehow. However, I’m fairly sure the

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Killing Floor and Red Orchestra in this week’s Humble Weekly Sale

Just what we need for our catalog of unplayed games, right? The guys behind the Humble Bundle continue their new Humble Weekly Sale this week by teaming up with Tripwire Interactive. The third week of the sale offers up two Red Orchestra games, with Killing Floor thrown in if you beat the average price. For

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Red Orchestra 2 goes to the Pacific: Rising Storm trailer

Tripwire Interactive have recently announced Rising Storm, the next standalone multiplayer game to land in their Red Orchestra series. The above trailer shows how Rising Storm will take the series to Pacific Theater, portraying this part of World War II means the game will consist of American and Japanese troops fighting off against one another. As

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[Trailer] Free Fall content pack comes to Red Orchestra 2

There are few that continue to support their games with free content these days. Remember when new maps in a PC game were always free? Tripwire Interactive remember those days, as the trailer above shows, and they’re set to release the ‘Fall 2012 Free Content Pack’ for their WWII shooter, Red Orchestra 2. It brings

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Hillbilly Horrors Halloween event arrives in Killing Floor, plus community content DLC pack

Tripwire Interactive have always done a great job of providing seasonal events and content for Killing Floor, and that continues today with a Halloween-themed, Hillbilly Horrors event which will run from now until November 6th, meaning there’s plenty of time to check it out. 

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Killing Floor’s 2012 “Summer Sideshow” Event Begins

It’s not the first time, and given Tripwire Interactive’s amazing ongoing support, might not be the last time we see this event in Killing Floor. The “Summer Sideshow”for 2012 has officially begun in the game, which sees all creatures in the game being replaced with freak-show like monsters. There’s also a new map, characters, achievements, weapons and more. It’s all free (bar the playable characters), and most of it will be gone once the event ends

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Red Orchestra 2 gets a Price Drop, plus Guest Passes for Previous Buyers

Quick news post here to inform you of the latest word from Tripwire Interactive. On the back of a recent free-weekend promotion on Steam for their latest WW2 shooter, Red Orchestra 2, they’ve decided to go ahead and slash the price of their game. They’ve actually cut it by 50%, meaning it’s now just $19.99/£14.99, which is certainly more than a fair price for what you get.

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Free Weekend on Steam for Tripwire’s Red Orchestra 2

Tripwire Interactive have just launched the “Game of the Year Edition” of their WW2, team-based FPS, Red Orchestra 2 — and to celebrate, they’re not only selling the game on Steam at a 75% discount, but are also offering up the game’s multiplayer mode for free, to everybody, for the whole weekend. The free play will end sometime on Sunday, May 27th.

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Red Orchestra 2 Stats Reset: “Was Not an Easy Decision”

Yesterday Tripwire Interactive confirmed that due to issues with their progression system — one of a few niggles the game’s had since launch — they feel compelled to perform a global stats reset for Red Orchestra 2, effectively returning all players to the point they were at upon purchasing the game. An email was received by us which explained that while the game has performed amazingly well as far as numbers go, Tripwire aren’t quite so pleased with the troubles some players have experienced

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Tripwire Announce $12,000 Red Orchestra 2 Tournament

Upon first playing Red Orchestra 2, there was no doubt in my mind that it would eventually make for a rather interesting playing field for clan-based, competitive play — and it looks like Tripwire Interactive, the game’s developers, are looking to kick-start the cause, by launching a $12,000 tournament

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