In 2003, the retail release of Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory was cancelled, and its multiplayer mode was given away for free. As id and Activision said at the time, “Despite a strong effort from talented developers, the single player portion of the game did not progress as anticipated.” Enemy Territory ended up becoming a formative multiplayer shooter, and its influence on the genre is still felt today. But players have always wondered: what would that singleplayer campaign have been like?

Modder William Faure has one answer, with a mod that takes Enemy Territory’s maps and connects them together to form a story-driven campaign. There’s a trailer for it above, featuring a rad metal version of Für Elise and a whole lot of Nazi-shooting action. A co-op version of the mod will follow on November 30, and is currently in testing.


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