Russia is a very, very big country, spanning several timezones, climates, and ethnicities. When it was part of the Soviet Union it was even larger. It is no wonder then that many developers think it’s a perfect setting for a video game!
There are so many video games set in Russia that we would be hard-pressed to list them all for you. So we won’t do that. Instead, we’ll present just a dozen or so of them, picking the best ones, and these you could still get in digital distribution. There’s no point in being aware of a game you can’t play, after all. Take a look.
Video Games located in Russia or the Soviet Union
|Video Game||Genre||Location||Time||Platform||More Info|
|Command & Conquer||RTS||Moscow, Leningrad and more||Modern times, Parallel Universes||PC||Buy now!|
|Metro Exodus||FPS||Moscow and more||2034||PC, PS4, XOne||Buy now!|
|Metro Redux Bundle||FPS||Moscow Metro||2033 & 2034||PC, Switch, PS4, Xbox One||Buy now!|
|Escape from Tarkov||FPS||Fictional Norvinsk region in Northwestern Russia,||2028||PC, PS4, Xbox One, Switch||Buy now!|
|Euro Truck Simulator 2 (Beyond the Baltic Sea)||Simulator||Kaliningrad Oblast||Modern times||PC||Buy now!|
|Rise of the Tomb Raider||Adventure||Siberia (Kitezh)||Modern times||PC, PS4, Xone||Buy now!|
|Tannenberg||FPS||Eastern Front of WW1||World War 1 (1914-1918)||PC, PS4, XOne||Buy now!|
|Call of Duty: World at War||FPS||Soviet Campaign (Battle of Stalingrad and more)||World War 2 (1942)||PC, PS3, Xbox 360||Buy now!|
|Company of Heroes 2||RTS||Eastern Front||World War 2 (1942)||PC, PS4, Xbox One||Buy now!|
|IL-2 Sturmovik: Battle of Stalingrad||Combat flight Simulator||Battle of Stalingrad||1942-1943||PC, PS4, Xbox One,||Buy now!|
|Men of War: Assault Squad 2||RTS||Soviet Campaign (Smolensk, Leningrad, Sevastopol and more)|
World War II
That’s the extent of our current selection of games which take place in Russia or at least have a mission or a few happening there. Did you know them all, or was there something new that caught your interest? We covered several genres and locations, so nobody should feel underserved.