Rising Storm 2: Vietnam is free to play this weekend on Steam, download it right now

Tripwire has announced that Rising Storm 2: Vietnam, the next in the Rising Storm series that brings the franchise into the era of automatic rifles, man-portable grenade launchers and more modern weapons systems, is free to play this weekend on Steam. PC gamers can download and start playing this multiplayer game right now and until June 3rd.

Rising Storm 2: Vietnam offers intense action for up to 64 players in battles between the forces of South Vietnam (the US and their Allies) and those of the North – the regular, main-force units of North Vietnamese Army, plus the guerilla fighters of the National Liberation Front (or Viet Cong).

Here are the game’s key features:

  • 64-player battles
  • 6 different armies to play, each with their own weapons and abilities:
  • United States Army and Marine Corps
  • North Vietnamese Army (PAVN) and National Liberation Front (Viet Cong)
  • Australian Army
  • Army of the Republic of Vietnam (ARVN)
  • Over 50 weapons, covering everything from rifles and pistols to flamethrowers and rocket launchers
  • 4 flyable helicopters – Huey, Cobra, Loach and Bushranger
  • Asymmetric warfare – VC traps and tunnels vs. US napalm and choppers
  • More than 20 maps
  • 3 distinct game-modes
  • Proximity VOIP
  • And hundreds of character customization options.

Those interested can download the game from its official Steam store page.

Have fun!

Rising Storm 2: Vietnam Launch Trailer (Full Length)

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