Continuing with their recreation of classic "Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory" maps, the "ET: Legacy" team have now released a superb remake of "Adlernest". It's a map that all "Wolf: ET" fans know very well and this new version has been created by Devils Right Hand.
This map pack from Devils Right Hand contains three of his marvelous "Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory" missions, "Goetterdaemmerung", "Biohazard" and ""Syphonfilter". All the new versions of the maps have been improved, with everything from new textures, more brush work detail to new map models and better spawnpoints all being added.
For over 15 years "Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory" has remained one of the best, (if not the best), teamplay-focussed, objective-based "fps" games ever created. New maps and mods are still being regularly created for it and as an example of this, the new community-created "ET: Legacy" modification takes the game to a whole new level.
Many "Wolf: ET" clans, communities and websites are still available to new players who are experiencing this superb World War II title for the first time, where all the help and advice that new players always need is readily accessible to them.
Are you a new "Wolf: ET" player looking for a clan or community to enlist with? Are you a player who's returning to the ranks after some years away, or someone just looking for some help and advice? If so, then please feel free to click on the following links and see what superb options are on offer to you!
This is the latest release from Hellbaron of his superb "Return to Castle Wolfenstein" modification, "RtCW Venom Mod". This version is also fully compatible with "RtCW 1.41", "Kinightmare's Unofficial Patch" and "ioRtCW".
What's New? :
- Merged and fixed a new HD texture pack, for both singleplayer and multiplayer.
- Re-ordered files for better compatibility between singleplayer and multiplayer assets.
Dear Wolf: ET Community, we hope all of you have thoroughly enjoyed your Christmas break and have endured a pleasant start into 2019. I'm sure most of you have gained a few pounds from all the delicious Christmas food and are trying to cut it down but before you get up and start jogging around we ask that you hold onto your seats a little longer as we've got one more present for you! It's been a while since our last release, but today's the day! - ET: Legacy team
What's new? :
* VM_Create on UI error is resolved so no more manual work-arounds are necessary. * Bayesian skill rating is implemented allowing for global comparison of skill among players. * WolfAdmin is now the default game manager, providing many useful admin commands. * Our own master server is up and running, so even if id master goes down you're good to go. * Renderer2 + assets will be available in a bit, bringing you the best graphics for ET yet (experimental).
Splatterladder member, Scoofii, is very interested in organising "Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory" events for our community. In order to gauge "Wolf: ET" fans' opinions and ideas, he's created a very interesting survey for us all to take part in.
Do you want to have your say on the future of creating "Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory" events for our community to take part in? Then, please, click the link and answer a few questions on how you feel about various things related to our beloved World War 2 FPS.
Welcome to WolfAdmin, a game manager for Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory servers created by Timo 'Timothy' Smit. Written as a Lua module, it provides you with extra tools to administrate your server. Since the module is run on the server, players do not have to install anything.
This version can be marked as the largest update to WolfAdmin so far. From now on, you can completely replace the shrubbot administration system with WolfAdmin using standalone mode. Say goodbye to limited amount of levels, admins, mutes and bans, and give a warm welcome to SQL-based databases to store your players and their permissions.
Most of the features that mods like NoQuarter and ETPub provide should have been ported to WolfAdmin. This includes the commands, but also chat logging and private messaging.
Furthermore, the directory structure has been reworked to ease updates and to make sure that all operating systems can run WolfAdmin. In addition to this, the well-known .cfg files have been replaced by .toml files to ease configuration.
WolfAdmin is now shipped by default with ET: Legacy. This means that anyone who uses the Legacy mod (and any future mods derived from it) will automatically benefit from WolfAdmin.