|1.||Red Orchestra Ostfront 41-45|
The retail version of the Red Orchestra Mod. Estimated release in January 2006. It is to be distributed on Steam. Highly anticipated, its going to be the most realistic WW2 game to date.
Red Orchestra Ostfront 41-45 is going to be even better than the mod version and its going to blow the socks off of any other WWII game.
|2.||Red Orchestra: Heroes Of Stalingrad|
The sequel to Red Orchestra Ostfront 41-45. It's a tactical WWII fps that focuses heavy on realism. Utilizing the Unreal 3 engine. This time around the game will focus on the epic and bloody battle of Stalingrad. It features a single player campaign from both German and Soviet perspective. The first fps that will allow you to play a single player mode as a German soldier. Expect many additional coop and multiplayer modes. The game is do out sometime in 2010.
Red Orchestra: Heroes of Stalingrad is going to be the best WWII fps ever created.
"Clown car" (or "clowncar") is the nickname for the Soviet BA-64 vehicle in the realistic war game Red Orchestra: Ostfront 41-45. Coined by an unknown community member, the term spread like wildfire. The reason why many people call it the clown car is because the vehicle is often used in favour of unrealistic and "gamey" tactics. Such tactics include the popular drive-by-satchelling (wich envolves racing towards a tank, instantly jumping out at the very last second, dropping an explosive satchel charge on the back of the enemy tank, then quickly driving off before blowing up the tank).
Such "tactics" are frowned upon by many RO players (especially those who enjoy realistic tactics), but it is also considered fun to do every once in a while by quite a lot of people.
"K guys let's try to pile as many soldiers as possible on this clown car and open up a can of pwnage on them lolol!"
"We should name the BA-64 the Clown Car in honor of all the brave clown satchel-throwers serving for their Motherland!" -- Feldwebel Crin
"the Tigerpolizei are rounding up BA64 drivers so look out! :-O" -- middenrat