In anticipation of the release of Rising Storm 2: Vietnam later this year, TechRaptor is proud to team with Tripwire Interactive to bring our readers the chance to play the original Rising Storm on Steam. For those unfamiliar, Rising Storm is a realistic take on World War 2 combat, a follow-up to the previous Red Orchestra games. It is tactical and intense, the type of combat where getting shot once can take you out, which draws in a certain dedicated crowd to its online lobbies.

Rising Storm takes combat to the Pacific theater, portraying the waning days of the war with realistic firefights on a collection of maps that support up to sixty-four players at one time. Also included in the package is all the multiplayer content from Red Orchestra 2, allowing you to jump between two games in the same franchise. There is also Steam Workshop support in the game, allowing you to play with community made gameplay modifiers on a large swath of custom maps.

So, load up your bayonets, aim down your iron sights, and try your luck at our giveaway. If your aim is true, then you too could walk away with one of our five codes for Rising Storm.

Rising Storm Giveaway

Giveaway Rules: No purchase necessary. Likes, Subscribes, and Follows count as one entry each, and tweeting is worth one entry once a day. In order to enter, an email must be entered. Email will not be used for anything but entrance into the giveaway. Winners will be contacted via the same entry that was used to win (Facebook/Twitter/YouTube/Email) using a random number generator to determine said winners. TechRaptor reserves the right to pull entries that are seen as exploitative (using multiple accounts, etc.) in order to give the best chances to all participants.

Have you tried any of the Red Orchestra games in the past? Are you looking forward to the release of Rising Storm 2? Let us know in the comments below, and good luck in our giveaway!

Alex Santa Maria

Reviews Editor

TechRaptor's Reviews Editor. Resident fan of pinball, Needlers, roguelikes, and anything with neon lighting. Owns an office chair once used by Billy Mays.