Absolutely not. However, Dslyexci (http://dslyecxi.com/) heralded it as a great and realistic game. But I don't see many significant gameplay features to distinguish RO2 from other shooters. I'd be most obliged if someone could point them out, since I'm considering whether or not to get it.
I dunno about this game. It's got a lot of neat features but it seems pretty arcade-y.
What? Have you played the original Ostfront?
One of the more significant ones in my opinion is realistic combat distances. It's not like Call of Duty where you are right next to your enemy. Instead, you might first see your enemy at 200 yards away. Because of this, aiming is extremely important, especially for riflemen because you typically have a bolt-action, and after your first shot, you've already given away your position.
I also enjoy the cap on automatic (and avtomatik) weapons - it gives the game an edge of realism. Not every soldier would be equipped with a pa pa sha or an MP-40 during the battle of Stalingrad, and your weapon can partially set the type of combat style you play. Once again, in comparison to CoD (where everyone has either a sniper or a high powered machine gun) the playing styles become radically different. A riflemen will have to hold back and take their time aiming because they will get slaughtered in close combat - likewise, an assault troop will have trouble attacking a foe at long distance. And gods help you, don't take on a machine gunner unless you attack him from the sides - they are brutally realistic, and can mow down anything in their path, as they should be able too.
That's what distinguished it for me at least.