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Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory – multiplayer support for up to 32 players

Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory is a free, stand-alone multiplayer game in which players wage war as Axis or Allies in team-based combat. It was originally planned as an add-on for Return to Castle Wolfenstein, but soon became it’s own game, a separate entity with full single player, multiplayer, AI opponents and teammates.

The game supports up to 32 players. Players can choose to be one of 5 distinct character classes, each of which has unique strengths.

During combat players gain experience and skill, and through battlefield promotions are awarded additional abilities that remain persistent across an entire campaign.

Additionally, new character classes like the Covert OpS as well as an enhanced Engineer allow teams to perform reconnaissance, steal enemy uniforms, and construct battlefield structures and military installations in the midst of combat to gain tactical advantages for their team.

All new game modes, maps and communication abilities require players and teams to develop advanced strategies and tactics in the struggle for front line domination.

Features include:

  • 6 Official maps:
    • North Africa Campaign: Gold Rush.
    • Seawall Battery.
    • Europe Campaign: Rail Gun.
    • Wurzburg Radar.
    • Fuel Dump.
    • Siwa Oasis.
  • Hundreds of custom maps.
  • Playable over the internet or a Local Area Network.
  • Support for PunkBuster, an anti-cheat solution.
  • Cross-platform support – runs on Windows, MacOS, and Windows operating systems.

Website: www.splashdamage.com
Support:
Developer: Splash Damage
License: Freeware

System requirements:

Graphics Card: 3D hardware accelerator with 32 MB with full OpenGL support.
CPU: Pentium IIIĀ® 600MHz processor or AMD equivalent.
RAM: 128 MB RAM.
HDD Space: 271 MB free hard disk space for game files, 500 MB for swap files
Internet: Internet connection required for online play (broadband connection recommended for best gameplay experience).

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