Four-player cooperative shooter game for personal computers
RAID: World War II is a cooperative FPS game that takes place during the Second World War. It offers intriguing graphics, interesting cut scenes and even the addition of comedian John Cleese within its plot. As it was released on 26 September 2017, this game is rather new and these are still a handful of bugs to be addressed.
Gameplay and Main Features
RAID: World War II involves the escape of four prisoners from the German authorities. Recruited by a shadowy figure known only as 'Mrs. White', their goal is to take down the Nazi machine and Adolf Hitler himself. In return, these mercenaries are promised a reward of Nazi gold. As in other role-playing games, players can enjoy power-ups and similar upgrades as they progress. This is a cooperative game, so a total of four participants can join at any given time to complete their missions.
Additional Details and Requirements
RAID: World War II is recommended to be played on Windows 10 operating systems (the 64-bit variant) while the minimum requirements are Windows 7. It will need at least four gigabytes of RAM and those who choose to play in HD settings can enjoy 1080-pixel resolution. Six languages (besides English) are currently supported.