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Red Orchestra: Ostfront 41-45

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

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Excalibur Brings 'Red Orchestra: Ostfront 41-45' to the UK

by Rainier on May 26, 2006 @ 9:58 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.

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.

Alan Wilson, VP of Tripwire Interactive, said: “We are pleased to have the UK distribution in place, especially with an organisation like Excalibur. We’re looking for great things from the UK market!”

Robert Stallibrass of Excalibur, said “Red Orchestra is an outstanding product. Without doubt this is one of the most important PC releases this summer.”

“We are delighted to be working with a UK publisher with such an award-winning reputation. Our shared vision for the potential for Red Orchestra makes Excalibur Publishing the natural choice.” said Bold CEO Paul Rinde.

The game will ship to stores starting from 23rd June, at a recommended price of £24.99.


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