Steam WWII Week Begins Today!

Mr. Doug Lombardi from Valve just sent over a little press release, so here it is for all of you to enjoy:

World War II Week begins today on Steam with new product, a Red Orchestra Free Weekend, and limited-time discounts on the leading WWII action games offered via Steam.

 

The special week long promotion kicks off with the release of Activision and Infinity Ward's Call of Duty: Warchest. An incredible value, the CoD: Warchest includes Call of Duty, Call of Duty: United Offensive, and Call of Duty 2 all for a regular price of just $49.95. But, during WWII Week, CoD: Warchest will be offered for 10% less than the regular price.

 

Also set for deployment this week, the second Free Weekend trial of Red Orchestra, which now features the new content Tripwire has delivered in the RO Fall Update. The RO Free Weekend starts at 1:00 pm PST Thursday December 7, and will come home at 1:00 pm PST Sunday December 10. No purchase is required to enlist in the Free Weekend.

 

In addition to the Free Weekend, Tripwire is now offering RO for just $19.95. And those who purchase Red Orchestra before December 14, 2006 will receive an additional 10% savings.

 

Finally, Valve is offering 20% off Day of Defeat: Source for those who purchase before December 14, 2006.

 

Please visit www.steamgames.com for more information.

Link: Steamgames - Again!

Report a problem with article
Previous Story

Red Orchestra Free Weekend #2 Begins Today!

Next Story

ATI Radeon X1650XT vs. Nvidia GeForce 7600GT

13 Comments

Commenting is disabled on this article.

You don't know how to play...
I love this game, it don't rely on graphics to make a good experience of gameplay.
It's a real challenge to play this game.

Quote - NI3NOR said @ #1.1
You don't know how to play...
I love this game, it don't rely on graphics to make a good experience of gameplay.
It's a real challenge to play this game.

Agreed. I find the graphics to be pretty good actually. That is... after I turn on Anti-aliasing and Anisotropic manually.

Gameplay-wise though it is a excellent game if you're into realism.

what do you mean i dont know how to play? how can you insinuate that?

considering i maxed out the graphics at 16x10 w/ all the eye candy on and it still looks like the original CS, id say the graphics suck.

Quote - Jdawg683 said @ #1.3
what do you mean i dont know how to play? how can you insinuate that?

considering i maxed out the graphics at 16x10 w/ all the eye candy on and it still looks like the original CS, id say the graphics suck.

I TOLD you that this game was not about graphics. If you play games only for graphics I hope you wont check the Wii. Anyone that I know as let down the game only because of graphics and difficulty of the game. I tell you, reload it, and play. But concentrate on the gameplay and try to be good in this game. It's way more harder than a CoD, DoD or even BF. Btw, it's a mod based on Unreal 2003 / 2004 not CS

Quote - Jdawg683 said @ #1.3
what do you mean i dont know how to play? how can you insinuate that?

considering i maxed out the graphics at 16x10 w/ all the eye candy on and it still looks like the original CS, id say the graphics suck.

ROO looks like original CS ? roflcakes , doubt You even played it ...

it's based on improved UE2.5 engine and THAT looks way better than original CS just by default :)

sure it's not FarCry or so but it's quite nice with forced AA/AF and visual quality maxed