Here's a set of screens for Tripwire Interactive's Red Orchestra 2: Heroes of Stalingrad, the game featuring a single-player campaign that lets you play as the Germans during World War II.
The single-player German campaign drew a great deal of attention when it was first revealed, but there's much more to the sequel than strapping on your Nazi boots. There are two new multiplayer game types, persistent stat tracking, a morale system, a new first-person cover system, and true-to-life ballistics for every WWII-era weapon. Perhaps the most interesting new feature is the Hero system, which allows particularly good players to shine on the battlefield, raising troop morale and gaining access to the best equipment in the process. I can just imagine the insufferable pricks this system will breed.