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Red Orchestra: Ostfront 41-45

Platform(s): PC
Genre: Action
Publisher: Destineer
Developer: Tripwire

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'Red Orchestra: Ostfront 41-45' Custom Map Competition

by Rainier on Oct. 16, 2006 @ 4:10 p.m. PDT

Red Orchestra: Ostfront 41-45 is now a full-featured, stand-alone World War II game that brings players to the frontlines of Eastern European combat during the height of World War II. Players choose from 28 infantry weapons or crew one of 14 detailed vehicles on the Russian Front between 1941-45. The combination of roles across more than one dozen maps, based on real-world locations and battles, allows Red Orchestra to finally achieve its goal of delivering a full first-person, World War II infantry and vehicle combat simulation.

"Blitzkrieg" is the first phase, for maps already in existence and entries close October 27th. The prizes in this phase will include a top-of-the-line graphics card, sound card and gaming keyboards/mice. The aim of this phase is to find - and reward - the best maps already created using the Red Orchestra SDK, for the game.

"Deep Battle" is the second phase, for new maps and entries close December 15th. The top prize in this phase will be the high-end gaming rig, with more high-quality graphics cards and other great add-ons as further prizes. In this phase we will be looking for the best new maps, as well as giving people the time to substantially enhance maps they have already created so they can get a shot at winning the top prize.

For more information on the contest, including the full rules and the ever-expanding list of prizes, as well as to enter, head for the competition website.

Good luck! And if you want to win, there is only one way - get in the contest!

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