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PC Gamer US awarded Return to Castle Wolfenstein its 2001 "Best Multiplayer Game" prize. The editors wrote: "No other FPS rewards this level of teamplay, sports this kind of graphics, or is this blissfully free of cheaters."
A multiplayer-only spinoff of the series, Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory, was originally planned as a full-fledged expansion pack for Return to Castle Wolfenstein developed by Splash Damage. The single-player component of the game was never completed and thus was removed entirely. The developers at that point decided the multiplayer part would be released as a free, downloadable standalone game. Enemy Territory is a team-based networked multiplayer game which involves completing objectives through teamwork using various character classes.
The game was released for the Linux and Macintosh platforms in 2002.In 2003, the game was ported to the PlayStation 2 and Xbox and subtitled as Operation Resurrection and Tides of War, respectively. Both console versions include a series of prequel single player missions where the main character, B.J. Blazkowicz and his partner Agent One operate in Nazi-occupied Egypt, in North Africa. The missions in console ports are slightly different from the PC version (as they were created after the PC release and have somewhat bigger locations and more content), and in the PS2 version some missions were divided and separated as different levels (but with the same name). The PS2 version allows for purchasing upgrades such as increasing ammo capacity or maximum health by finding secrets at the end of each level. In the Xbox version a Secret Bonus is awarded after every level when all the secret areas for that level have been found. It also has a new Shotgun weapon found in singleplayer as well as the Soldier and Engineer for multiplayer mode. New special equipment include the Holy Cross, EMP Device, and X-Shield. New enemies being Egyptian mercenaries, Occult Priests and X-Shepherds. The original Wolf 3D also comes included. The two player co-op mode is exclusive to Xbox and allows the second player to play as Agent One. The Xbox version has the addition of online play via Xbox Live and link play. It also has downloadable content. Xbox has also released a Platinum Hits edition of the game. The Playstation 2 version lacks any online play whatsoever.
In the single-player mode of the game there are various levels which you can advance to once you complete the earlier levels. The objective of the game is to shoot all the balloons to destroy the demonic soldiers. You are also provided with a machine gun and some barrels of guns to use against the troops of the legions of the castle wolfenstein. In the multiplayer mode, you will be pitted against waves of demonic soldiers who have also arrived to take over the castle. You are also provided with various machines such as the tank, rocket and the biplane.
Originally the official game was going to be an expansion to Return to Castle Wolfenstein and a standalone game, however it was cancelled and then released as a free to play online game, that lives on as ET: Legacy. At least now we can see some of what it might have become! This mod takes the online maps and sticks them together, to turn them all into a connected single-player and co-op campaign. 2b1af7f3a8