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With this update, we are bringing back the much-loved Multiplayer Campaign Mode from previous games, adapted to the Vietnam War. The key features:Full 64-player Campaign Mode
Play as the Northern or Southern forces battling for control region by region
Fight from 1965 through 1975, with the forces and weapons available varying with the year
Help select the region to compete for, the army to use and the actual map to fight over
The Northern forces can choose to make strategic use of the Ho Chi Minh Trail option to bring stronger PAVN forces to bear
The Southern forces can respond with carefully-timed use of the Search and Destroy option to cause the maximum damage to the enemy
Fight over familiar maps with different armies, different Commander abilities and weapons, different attackers and defenders
Help decide the fate of the war in Vietnam!
In addition, one more map from the RISING STORM 2: VIETNAM $40,000 Modding Contest makes it to an official release:Highway 14 - this massive map features the US Army fighting their way along a highway through difficult terrain, clearing objective after objective, with the NLF guerrillas trying to stop them.
As always, there are a large number of smaller updates, bug fixes and enhancements, this time including:Tripwire traps and tunnel spawns can be placed in more surface types, making them more useful in urban environments - it just takes longer to dig in concrete!
The ARVN now get their own variant of ERDL camoflage, plus a tiger stripe boonie, while the US get Mitchell Cloud camo
And, as a special request for a mapper, we have created a single sound effect for a clap of thunder, instead of the existing looping one. We hope you enjoy using it!
And finally, 3 other maps are out of beta, featuring updates driven by feedback from the players:Operation Forrest - the Territories version of this official map
Ordered to Destroy: Vietnam Hell Download PC Game
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The tutorials are easy and useful in learning the game system. The User Interface (UI) is smooth and simple. Orders to the units at the tactical level are given through a right-click, drop-down menu. Squads, guns and vehicles can be ordered to ambush, defend, creep, move, or move fast. When ordering a move, the player clicks on the unit, decides what kind of move to make and merely drags a cursor with an attached line to the location he wants the unit to go and clicks again. Unit path-following is logical, with the men staying close to cover, or following a road if moving fast. Artillery, heavy mortars and air strikes are controlled by three buttons. The player selects the kind of attack to conduct, clicks to place a marker for the attack, and in a few moments the strike takes place.
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