Red Storm, 17 and Better than Ever

Studio Lobby Halloween

If you take a look around our website, you might notice that things have changed a lot – and that’s for a good reason.

Today marks Red Storm’s 17th anniversary, which means it’s the perfect time for us to show off a new website, and with it, some of the new features and new faces of the studio.

In redesigning our site, we’ve pushed for bold, dynamic visuals and an emphasis on simplicity. This mirrors our ongoing commitment to improving the experience of our team and of our community, which is to say, you. And to put it all together, we’re featuring a short video that shows off some of those changes. We hope you’ll enjoy them as much as we enjoyed putting them together for you.

And finally, we want to say a big thank you to all of you out there: friends, family, fans and team members. Together, you are what has always made our studio unique, and what will keep driving us forward into the future. We wouldn’t be here, doing the things we love, without you.

So welcome to the new face of Red Storm. And please, leave us comments and give us feedback. We’d love to hear what you think.

  • bossturbo

    Happy Birthday RSE! I really enjoyed my time working there. Best people around.

  • Jason

    I just want to say the original Rainbow Six games (RS, RS:Rogue Spear, and their expansions) and the original Ghost Recon (and its expansions) were still the best things that have ever come out of RSE, in my opinion. I’d even venture to say they’re the best thing to come out for gaming since, PERIOD. You folks should work on your own TRULY TACTICAL shooter together in honor of the originals that helped start RSE.
    I hope to see some really nice stuff from you folks in the future and to see your name on things more and more… preferably on what I stated above, but either way. Congrats.

  • A. Fan

    Hi, and happy (belated) birthday RSE! I think that Jason has a point. The reason the original tactical shooters such as Rainbow Six and Ghost Recon were such hits because they went where many did not touch. Gaming is for entertainment, and it is tough to have a “thinking man’s” game that has wide appeal, but I believe 2K game’s X-COM revival is what you guys(and gals) should follow. They played the loved (but tough) original, found what worked and what could be improved, and made it into a modern masterpiece that newcomers and old vets alike could love. Many “run and gun” games are popular because they are easy to play, but they have become the norm. Players who want something with the control of strategy games, but the active involvement of First Person Shooters have few places to go, except the past. Please, take a look back to the original games from your fantastic studio, rediscover what make them so amazing, and bring them to the next generation. With the new hardware of gaming here, the only important question to answer is “WHY NOT?”

  • ZillaGorilla

    Better than ever you say? I don’t think so. Everything Ghost Recon, post Island Thunder has been terrible. Go back to your roots. There is a huge market there for a tactical shooter, not this cookie cutter crap you keep releasing.

    Original GR > Every FPS