OP: Red River v1.2 Patch
|Platform:||Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, OnLive|
|Release Date:||April 21, 2011|
OP: Red River v1.2 Patch Summary:
OP: Red River v1.2 Patch: Operation Flashpoint: Red River is a first person shooter video game for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 developed by game developer Codemasters. It is the sequel to Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising.
Operation Flashpoint: Red River is a tactical shooter. The player has the choice of playing the campaign co-operatively. However, the game does not feature competitive multiplayer. The game does not feature a mission editor or SDK. The player will be able to choose between four classes of Marines; rifleman, grenadier, scout, and automatic rifleman, each with their own weapons and abilities. The player will gain experience during gameplay, which can be used to unlock weapons, attachments and perks. For example, a scout could acquire an enhancement that will reduce the amount of bullet drop. The game’s director Sion Lenton said “Operation Flashpoint: Red River is being built around four player co-op online play, complete with a strong narrative, new enemies and combat scenarios to deliver gameplay that immerses players in the reality of war like never before.” The enemies will be able to kill the player with a single shot. The single player campaign will be divided into three distinct acts.
OP: Red River v1.2 Patch:
- Between Afghanistan and China, the world’s next flashpoint is about to erupt. The valleys, towns and mountains of Tajikistan will become bloody frontlines for the might of the People’s Liberation Army, insurgent guerilla fighters and the United States Marine Corps.
- You and your fireteam can make a difference. How much is up to you. It’s not the soldier with the most expensive gun or the biggest heart who wins on the battlefield. It’s the smartest. Semper Fi, Marine.
- Users should no longer be kicked out of multiplayer sessions at random points.
- Physics related crashes when large explosions occur have been fixed.
- Improved the vehicle physics and handling.