Red Orchestra is the award winning state of the art total conversion for the Unreal Warfare Engine (Unreal Tournament 2004) that pits players in scale combat of the most intense and grueling warfare in history; the Eastern Front conflict of World War II.

Real missions set in real scale settings -- from elite tactical units vieing for control of strategic industrial assets in close quarter combat, to brutal heavy infantry assaults and bayonet charges to take tactical objectives, to heavy mechanized armor units battling for strategic control of entire cities in blistering exchanges of fire power -- Red Orchestra delivers unprecedented tactical realism of in epic scope -- on a human scale...

Epic Warfare, Epic Settings -- On The Epic Unreal Warfare Engine


Epic combat where the technology and tactics of all theaters modern warfare and special combat were forged... Epic settings where millions fought and fell in battles that contemporary warfare and realism gaming only echo...

Available now on the Epic Unreal Warfare engine Red Orchestra renders Scale Tactical Realism with a level of detail,and commitment to immersive game play that must be experienced to be believed.

The State Of the Art Tactical Realism


Drawing the lines that are the cutting edge in game design that others are only following; Red Orchestra is a masterwork of attention to detail and game design offing new firsts in scale tactical combat sophistication and immersive you-are-there realism.

  • stunning detailed scale weapons, munitions & Equipment
  • full scale ironsight aiming machinery
  • massive intricately detailed historically accurate settings
  • the most advanced armored vehicle fighting system in FPS gaming

Take a look at the Red Orchestra Features & Technology Page right here on ModDB to learn more about the stunning and standard setting attention to detail, scale features, and technology Red Orchestra offers. Red Orchestra is truly the most State-Of-The-Art game and engine currently available for PC for its scale!

History & Setting


The intensity of warfare born in WW II remains unsurpassed in the sheer volume of military industrial power, munitions and human casualty of men turned against each other in the plight of strategic national survival. And no where was the level of conflict as epic in scope or scale as the Eastern Front where nearly 40 million men were horribly maimed or killed in one of the most desperate, technically advanced

Red Orchestra: Game Play


The short lives of millions of handsome well meaning young men were lost and forgotten in the horrific machinery of conflict; Red Orchestra offers history and game fans a glimpse at what their last hours may have been like...

More then that Red Orchestra raises the curtain on how contemporary warfare was pioneered and fought; from the CQC with high volume SMG weapons, to huge caliber Anti-Material/Armor rifles, to Armored Assault vehicles and tactics, just to name a few; today's defense advertising and hype were the tools and tactics of every day life in Eastern Front conflict..

Easy to get into and impossible to leave; offering relentless challenge, realistic tactical objectives, and the most immersive and realistic combat you can experience in FPS realism gaming!

Anyone loving FPS tactical realism of any genre will surely kick themselves sore, for not trying Red Orchestra sooner!

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19 comments by INtense! on Aug 3rd, 2006

One of our favourite mods Red Orchestra which has since become a game is now running a free week trial via Steam. So if you have been itching to try out the real Red Orchestra but are still scraping togethor the cash required, now is the time to get playing! The official press release is as follows:

The free full-game trial for Red Orchestra: Ostfront 41-45 is now underway. The free trial period features the full RO:Ostfront game including the recently released Free Booster Pack which includes a new mission (Lyes Krovy), smoke grenades for commanders, and many other gameplay enhancements. The free trial lasts from now until August 7th, so if you haven?t got the game already head on over to the Info Page to get RO now.

For more information on Red Orchestra: Ostfront 41-45, please visit: Redorchestragame.com

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Red Orchestra v3.3

Red Orchestra v3.3

Oct 7, 2010 Full Version 8 comments

This is the full install for Red Orchestra v3.3, a WWII mod for Unreal Tournament 2004. Improvements in this version include a unique momentum system...

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Mukridzsin
Mukridzsin Oct 9 2008, 2:21pm buried:

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WOW ! :D

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EVIL_WEVIL
EVIL_WEVIL Mar 5 2009, 3:42pm replied:

omg u say WOW :D to everything >.<

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Pardoned
Pardoned Apr 3 2009, 9:12am replied:

I've noticed that annoying "WOW ! :D" everyplace too.

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SolidSnake:)
SolidSnake:) May 14 2009, 4:08am replied:

man that wow d:! dude is crazy

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Lazz
Lazz Jul 12 2008, 12:50pm says:

Can anybody please list the team who originally made this mod (not the retail version)?
Or even better post the number of people who worked on it? I can't find the credits for the game anywhere, and I don't have a copy of UT2004 to install it on, only the Steam retail version.
Many thanks in advance.

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AXELfrieman
AXELfrieman Sep 16 2009, 10:40pm replied:

Was made by the same people to took it retail, Tripwire Interactive. They also helped turn the Killing Floor mod into a game.

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TheEmperor1989
TheEmperor1989 Oct 7 2007, 6:03am says:

"The retail version is awesome, Id reccomend it to anyone. The graphics are so much better on it too."

I can't support this, the retail is arcadish, read through this:

Forum.ingame.de

If you're not supporting this thread please show me a video, where you dive to prone on hard surface and do that several times with the same enthusiasm. Do not tell me now it's just a game, I mean it's always declared as "The Most Realistic Game Ever Made"

Regards

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Varsity
Varsity Nov 26 2007, 2:52pm replied:

Your loss.

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HaloStrike
HaloStrike Jul 5 2007, 5:17pm says:

The retail version is awesome, Id reccomend it to anyone. The graphics are so much better on it too.

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Finly
Finly May 26 2007, 10:57pm says:

Gamespot got red orchestra its fun as hell too

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It's not realistic at all. Your character can't run 10 feet without running out of breath, it feels like you're sliding on ice all the time, there's no way to reload any MG, the weapon sway is set to high, your allies LOVE to run you and other allies over whenever they get inside a tank, the AI barely shoots and when they do it's always from the hip so their shots go wild all the time and the controls are near impossible to learn. Oh yeah, and the char models look like ass. Some of them (I swear…

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