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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 12:10pm 21/02/11 | 11 Comments
Codemasters seminal reboot of the Operation Flashpoint series in Red River is just around the corner, with the team finishing it up this week. We also had a chance to check it out at their Lower Farm studio in Leamington Spa, England last week and it's looking very, very good. We'll have a full hands-on report in the next few days, but before then you can feast your eyes on a brand-new gameplay trailer with an interesting voice-over from one of the game's four main characters.

Operation Flashpoint: Red River follows four soldiers through a fictional futuristic 'modern warfare' setting that involves insurgents, the Chinese and plenty action.

Watch the trailer embedded below or click here for the HD option.




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syzc
Posted 10:16pm 21/2/11
They need to decide what type of game they want to be cause this isn't a simulation in the same vein that the Arma series is Dragon Rising was horrid experience and complete let down of a game in every department, this looks to follow from that footage of marines standing and firing M249s from the hip with no kick.
Trauma
Posted 02:23pm 21/2/11
Looks nice but so did DR, expecting mass fail.
reLapse
Posted 03:10pm 21/2/11
I liked the first Operation Flashpoint but it's multiplayer was a massive failure due to many things, mostly map scale, and I won't hold my breath on this one.
E.T.
Posted 03:20pm 21/2/11
They have a lot to make up for. I doubt I would be putting my money toward this. I already know that BF3 will give me what I want, so why would I want this one!?
d^
Posted 04:06pm 21/2/11
@reLapse - Lold.
Coop
Posted 04:15pm 21/2/11
When they dropped support, after breaking their first Flashpoint game, I'll never buy another codemasters title again. 'Codemasters' (the Irony of their name still makes me laugh) can Eat A C***.
d^
Posted 04:24pm 21/2/11
How did the break the first game?
Trauma
Posted 08:39pm 21/2/11
They didn't make the 1st game.
SnotOne
Posted 11:08pm 21/2/11
Look up what Project Reality are up to :) as i think itll be closer competition for Codemasters type FPS and its pc only. http://www.realitymod.com/

Bohemia Interactive Studios coded the first Operation Flashpoint but the name was owned by Codemasters. Since then BIS has brought out ArmA , ArmA 2 etc. besides the full on military sims VBS1 , VBS2. Not for people who dont expect patchs, addons etc.... pc only and quite complicated compared to the cross platform fps games which i enjoy also on a pc for fast paced action.

Snots
Coop
Posted 09:59am 22/2/11
Codemasters first Flashpoint game - Dragon Rising, I wasnt talking about the REAL Flashoint game, by Bohemia, that rocked.

They Broke it by totally busting Multplayer in a patch (for most of us) and then anounced there werent releasing any more patches. When it was first out multiplayer had bugs but at least you could stay connected to a game. Which is impossible for me after the latest patch.....

Have ARMA and yes it the real continuation of the orginal Flashpoint game, from a technical perspective that is. A real combat sim, unlike Codemasters super fail job.

I'll wait for BF3 :-)
Trauma
Posted 11:44pm 22/2/11
I'll wait for Arma 3.
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