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Rising Storm: Game of the Year Edition Goes Free for a Limited Time

Brace yourselves for this fresh Humble Bundle giveaway of the WWII-themed multiplayer shooter game Rising Storm.

The offer will be available for 48 hours and is expected to end at 5pm GMT 28th May 2017, allowing everyone to get the game by acquiring the code and redeeming it on Steam. Originally, the game was available on Steam with the price tag of $19.99. An account on Humble Bundle is required in order to access the giveaway (which can be easily created with no additional cost), though players can submit their email addresses for first-time entrance. It should be noted that acquired game keys must be redeemed within 15 days before they expire and are ineligible to activate on Steam.

Rising Storm is a WWII-themed multiplayer first-person shooter game developed and published by Tripware Entertainment, a studio that is well-known for creating the Red Orchestra and Killing Floor series. The game itself is a standalone expansion of Red Orchestra 2: Heroes of Stalingrad and includes all of its multiplayer content from the original version. Rising Storm features the realistic experience of Pacific Theater during WWII, with real-life historical maps and authentic weapons from both the United States and Imperial Japan. The game also supports modding with full Steam Workshop integration.

Also, the giveaway of The Witcher: Enhanced Edition can be accessed by following this link (Humble Bundle account required).

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