The goal of Resistance and Liberation is to realistically portray the events and actions taken by the 82nd Airborne during their stay in Normandy. Our initial release will follow the regiments through a campaign that mimics that followed by the men themselves. The campaign will begin with players dropping into Normandy in the early hours of June 6th, with the ultimate objective of capturing the town of Sainte-Mere-Eglise. From there subsiquent maps will include missions based on other key areas after the D-Day.

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Murdouken May 15 2010 says:

The jump to Orange Box has done wonders, it seems.

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Highmist May 20 2010 says:

Lol, reminds me of the time i ambushed a whole gang of Germans on that map from the hill with M1 Garand and pistol. was funny, think i dropped 3 or 4.

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ren0gade May 20 2010 says:

Open Beta looks great, but these 4 screenshots of just weapons and a bit of Dumont don't do it that much justice. I see a crap load of screen shots from earlier versions. We need something that would really grab the interest of newer players.

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Medevila May 25 2010 says:

Gotta love it. Yes.

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CSM.Shultz Jan 15 2011 says:

Just a suggestion. If im not mistaken, werent the American soldiers trained to shoot with their non-shooting hand bracing the weapon, either at the wrist or base of the hand grip? I have done extensive research on the weapons of the second World War, but not the weapons training itself. But please, by all means, correct me if im wrong

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Screenshots from the Open Beta 1.0.

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