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Classic Wolfenstein Game Getting Multiplayer Revival Via New Official Servers

Bethesda has announced that it has set up a dedicated online server for Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory. These official servers are meant to cater to players looking for a more traditional experience. This means that it only contains 6 original maps and no community mods.

“We are delighted to announce that we have rolled out official dedicated servers for Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory,” commented Bethesda. website“The community has hosted servers with various mods and custom maps that we highly recommend and will continue to do, but we also know that many players want a more nostalgic experience. I understand.”

These servers are named “id Software Official Vanilla Server – (Region)”, and there are four for each official region: United States (Texas), Europe (Netherlands), Australia (Canberra), and United Kingdom (London). I have.

These servers have the “campaign” game mode turned on by default and can host up to 16 players in 8v8 matches. While the anti-cheat program Punkbuster is turned off, Friendly Fire is also turned on. Additionally, the anti-lag feature is enabled, but neither the max life nor weapon limit settings are enabled.

Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory was released for PC in 2003. IGN’s review of Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory states: It varies from the pace set by Battlefield. “

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George Yang is a freelance writer for IGN. You can follow him on Twitter @yinyangfooey.

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