In Country: Vietnam is a brand-new, multiplayer first person TACTICAL SHOOTER being developed for the PC. It is a total conversion mod for both Red Orchestra 2: Heroes of Stalingrad and Red Orchestra 2: Rising Storm. In Country: Vietnam marks the first time that the Red Orchestra series will depart from the battlefields of World War II by plunging players into the claustrophobic jungle environments of Vietnam. Players can expect to face all new dangers; from crossing deadly open rice fields or clearing rural villages beset with traps, to defending entrenched fire-base positions and more!

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Matt_Bak3r Mar 14 2012, 6:48am says:

Thats a cute jeep :D

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Ospreyz Mar 14 2012, 9:46am says:

Looks nice! :)

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Mkilbride Mar 14 2012, 1:03pm says:

If only a company like BioWare, with unlimited monies, hundreds of developers, could create art assets as high quality as you.

Seriously, it's depressing when I see Indie devs not only delivering better gameplay these days, as it's been for years, but now better graphics, and yet still achieve less fame...damn 200 Million Dollar advertising campaigns that make crappy games sell like they are the best ever.

You're both using the same Engine, and yet...? THis looks like CryEngine 2 VS Unreal Tournament 2.

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[Q]uik Mar 28 2012, 1:49am replied:

RO2 has brilliant gameplay?

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cinco Oct 13 2013, 7:29am replied:

yes, anyone who doesn't think so is an abject moron.

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sky78 May 5 2012, 10:58pm replied:

i know, major companies like BioWare, Bethesda ect. have crappy gameplay and graphics compared to indie developers....i lmfao every time.

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Mkilbride Mar 28 2012, 3:34am says:

I wasn't talking about RO2 in particular, but I mean, Indie games as a whole are pushing better graphics & gameplay these days.

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Gallera52 Feb 3 2013, 4:02am says:

Textures of the jeep is not very good, especially seats and wheels

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