Rising Storm is a mod for the soon-to-be-released title from Tripwire Interactive, Heroes of Stalingrad. It will bring the intense and realistic firefighting of 'Heroes of Stalingrad' to the Pacific Theater, 1942-45, pitting the US Army and Marine Corps against the Imperial Japanese Army and Special Naval Landing Forces. The bloody multiplayer battles will be fought out across the Pacific from the Philippines through to Okinawa and will feature all the innovations of 'HoS' and a few more of its own. The development team features some of the leading lights of the Red Orchestra modders along with some very strong candidates from the various CG communities that can be found across the world. There are over 20 of the top 'stars of the future' on the team, thanks to the support of Tripwire. The mod team team have been given advance access to the development tools to bring all the latest features of the Unreal engine to bear on this project, promising a superlative gaming experience.

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If you've ever playing Killing Floor 2 or Red Orchestra 2: Heroes of Stalingrad - then you'll know games by Tripwire Interactive and their modding community are visceral and fun. So some great news today is that our friends at Humble Bundle have Rising Storm Game of the Year Edition available for free right now!

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"you'll know games by Tripwire Interactive and their modding community are visceral and fun"

Let's not forget that TW Interactive stabbed its mod community in the back with the mod whitelisting system they adopted in RO2 and Rising Storm. I'm pretty sure that killed many modders' initiative, why would they waste their time and effort developing something that might not get whitelisted by TW, meaning nearly nobody will ever get to play it?
And to think TW prided itself in having modder roots!

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