Red Orchestra 2: Heroes of Stalingrad – New Update Released

Tripwire Interactive released today a new update for their WW2 military sim FPS game, Red Orchestra 2: Heroes of Stalingrad. As always, this update will be auto-downloaded next time you start the Steam client and features some minor fixes. Additionally, this new update adds a console command for any players wishing to manually do a stats reset, as well as minor tweaks to the high end of the honor level ranking.
Red Orchestra 2: Heroes of Stalingrad New Update Changelog:
-Fixed a bug which would sometimes cause the first click (fire, alt fire, or ironsights) after respawning to not register.
-Player stats will now save at the end of each round in addition to the end of the match.
-Minor tweaks to the high end of the honor level ranking. While some very high level players may notice an honor level change their earned XP is unaffected by this update.
-There is now a console command for any players wishing to manually do a stats reset. The command is ‘ResetStats’ and must be followed by your steam nickname for confirmation (in quotes, case sensitive) <ResetStats “SteamNickname”>. The .ini setting for resetting stats has been disabled to prevent any accidental resets.
-Fixed a problem with music in countdown where the morale state (and music) would jump around and transition too often.
-Fixed neutral objectives showing up in the compass as Allied objectives.
-Fixed getting a black screen when getting suppressed for non-English languages

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