There's a lot of buzz coming out of the community following the latest batch of Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising videos from CodeMasters. Mixed feelings are flying everywhere, thanks to an unconfirmed statement that console multiplayer would be limited to 8 players (4 vs 4). It's important to note that the game's profile on Xbox.com still indicates that the Xbox 360 version will support up to 16 players online.
Operation Flashpoint 2: Dragon Rising is high on the co-op watch list with its sprawling environments, impressive variety of munitions, and four-player online co-op campaign.
It's always great when a game gives players a variety of vehicles to choose from to get from Point A to Point B. It's even better when the vehicles allow multiple players to ride along in co-op. The latest video for Operation Flashpoint 2: Dragon Rising shows off some of the game's vehicles ranging from jeeps to helicopters and everything in between.
Despite having a brand new gaming laptop, the recently released Operation Flashpoint 2: Dragon Rising system requirements scare me. Not only do they require a dual core processor, they recommend you have a quad core processor. Thankfully the memory and video card requirements don't seem as steep, but to get something looking as good as the screenshot above - we're thinking it's time to hit up NewEgg and look for some upgrades.
Codemasters has released a 3.5-minute video showcasing a lot of on-foot gameplay from their upcoming title Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising. Despite being hailed initially as a spin-off or "copy" of Bohemia Interactive's ArmA II, Dragon Rising looks to have plenty of breathing room, thanks in part to our disappointment with ArmA II's co-op, and thanks again to today's video, which we've embedded for your convenience.
Do you like guns? Jim, put your hand down. Do you like explosions? Jim - it's ok, really. Do you like large scale tactical warfare set in a giant open world. Yes Jim, we know.
Codemasters has released a new trailer called Fear and Anticipation for the upcoming Operation Flashpoint sequel called Dragon Rising. The new trailer takes a look at a night mission, where you and your co-op crew will be facing enemies in the dark. Presumably this is the "fear" part of the trailer.
Codemasters has just released a fresh bullet filled batch of screenshots for Operation Flashpoint 2: Dragon Rising. The four player co-op title is set to be released on the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC this fall.
Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising was recently delayed, which is a shame, because instead of getting a brand new trailer at E3 we would have only been a few weeks from the release date. But that's exactly what we've got - and brand new shiny trailer for the upcoming Codemasters title.
Codemasters has released a handful of new screenshots for the upcoming co-op friendly Operation Flashpoint 2: Dragon Rising. The game is set to be released on the PS3, 360 and PC this summer and sports a healthy dose of co-op with up to four players online.
Headed to PC, 360, and PS3 this May is Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising. A tactical shooter, the game will employ highly realistic gameplay. PC fans will enjoy 8 player co-op, while PS3 and 360 users will have to settle for 4 players working together, in addition to NPC squadmates. If you are a fan of real world based, super realistic tactical shooters, like a certain vacationing staff member, you might want to keep your eye on this one. In the meantime, check out the first gameplay footage video after the break.
The community manager for Codemasters has confirmed that a free public demo will be available for Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising, the official-but-not-spiritual successor to the original Operation Flashpoint.
Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising is the sequel to a classic PC title from developer Codemasters. The game is going to feature an epic, non linear, single and multiplayer campaign. It's unclear yet just how many co-op players will be able to play in this realistic military shooter.
PC shooter games and patience don't generally mix, but fans of semi-realistic games like Operation Flashpoint, America's Army, and the SWAT series will attest that there are a couple of titles out there that make Rainbow Six Vegas look like Unreal Tournament, especially when considering user-created mods.
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