Rising Storm 2: Vietnam

Rising Storm 2: Vietnam offers thrilling combat experiences for up to 64 players in online battles between the United States military and the North Vietnamese guerrilla forces.

Developed by AntiMatter Games; Rising Storm 2: Vietnam takes brutal, asymmetric warfare to the iconic battlefields of Vietnam. Control either the U.S. Army and Marines Corps or the Militarized and Guerrilla Forces of North Vietnam – the NVA and the Viet Cong. Each force has their own unique abilities and tactical advantages such as Napalm Strikes, Artillery Barrages, surface-to-air missiles, traps, ambushes and more. 

After launching in May of 2017, Rising Storm 2 hit the Top 100 Sellers on Steam for that same year, and has received regular Post-Release content including new maps, weapons, playable armies and flyable helicopters. 

It has twice been PC Gamer’s ‘Multiplayer Game of the Year’, bringing the franchise into the era of automatic rifles, man-portable grenade launchers and more modern weapons systems. Still with the authentic look and feel and realistic weapon handling that the series is known for.

Key Features
  • 64-player battles
  • 6 different armies to play, each with their own weapons and abilities:
  • Over 50 weapons, covering everything from rifles and pistols to flamethrowers and rocket launchers
  • 4 flyable helicopters – Huey, Cobra, Loach and Bushranger
  • Asymmetric warfare – VC traps and tunnels vs. US napalm and choppers
  • More than 20 maps
  • 3 distinct game-modes
  • Proximity VOIP
  • And hundreds of character customization options.

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Assemble your Squad

Enhanced squad system that allows players to set up squads as they want them – name them, add their friends, set the squad tag color in game. Once in game, easy identification of your squad in the world and on maps – and dedicated VOIP channels for the squad, as well as bonuses for working together. 3D proximity voice chat allows you to communicate with team mates who are close by.

Historical Environment

Maps include the famous jungles of Vietnam, but will also cover battles that occurred in cities, on rolling hills, in U.S. Firebases, rice fields, plantations and many more authentic locations.