Atlanta-based publisher Tripwire Interactive and developer Antimatter Games have released the latest update for their tactical first-person shooter Rising Storm 2: Vietnam. Titled Rearmed and Remastered, the update makes a variety of changes designed to improve players’ quality-of-life and address certain things they’ve requested, such as audio occlusion improvements.
The update also introduces new weapons and adds remastered versions of fan-favorite maps from Red Orchestra 2: “Mekong” and “Dong Ha“.
The new weapons include everything from pistols to rocket launchers and number in excess of 50. Some of the more notable additions are the MP40 for the NLF, a 200-round belt-fed RPD, and a Fougasse mine trap for the North Vietnamese.
Rising Storm 2: Vietnam is the sequel to 2013’s Rising Storm. In addition to being set in the Vietnam war, the game offers 64-player battles between military and guerrilla forces using authentic vehicles and weapons.
The game is currently available on Steam at a hefty 67% discount. You can also play the game for free until Wednesday, November 21 at 1 p.m. EDT.