Rising Storm 2: Vietnam was released on May 30, 2017 by Tripwire Interactive. The game was developed by Antimatter Games. Rising Storm 2: Vietnam is a first person shooter,
Players of the Red Orchestra will like the dynamics of modern weapons with Rising Storm 2: Vietnam. The game is a brutal, authentic recreation of the Vietnam War.
The game is designed to support 64 players on a given map. Players are split between the Vietnam army and the US army.
Napalm Strikes, Artillery Barrages, surface-to-air missile strikes, traps, ambushes and more will make the game very violent.
Rising Storm 2: Vietnam spans a middle ground from Battlefield to ARMA with the goal of making the game more enjoyable by veterans of the genre.The game does achieve a good authentic feel which is all too lacking in many rival games.
Compared to other Vietnam based action games, Rising Storm 2: Vietnam offers a great experience.
The Physics of the guns is excellent and it gives a more realistic feel to a battle. The maps are not the biggest but they are god enough for 64 players to clash. The game rewards teamwork which is the whole idea in real wars.
Tripwire has a reputation for not fixing all the bugs and Rising Storm 2: Vietnam is no exception. The game is very playable and most may not even notice. Player movement is slightly different from older games.
Windows 7 x64 or better. Quad core processor with 8GB of memory. GTX 660 or HD 7870 or better. See the page on System Requirements.
Some reports of problems with performance is likely due to driver problems.