In short: The fan-favorite first-person shooter hit Steam almost 19 years after its launch, along with several others, as a result of the imminent demise of the Bethesda.net Launcher. Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory is a multiplayer objective shooter for up to 32 players (16 per side) set during World War II. You will fight as a member of the Allies or the Axis on maps based on real locations.

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The game was released on May 29, 2003. Developer Splash Damage originally planned to launch the game as a commercial expansion for Return to Castle Wolfenstein, but issues with the single-player campaign prompted them to release the multiplayer aspect as a standalone free-to-play game. Less than a year later, publisher Activision gave modders access to the game’s source code.

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Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory was available at other outlets, including straight from Splash Damage, for some time. With it now Steamplayers will be able to enjoy all the benefits of Valve’s popular distribution platform.

As you may already know, the Bethesda Launcher is under development. sunset. From today, gamers can broadcast your Bethesda.net library to your Steam account. The Steam migration will affect your game library and wallet, so you won’t lose content from your Bethesda.net account.

Starting May 11, you will no longer be able to play games in the launcher, but you will still have access to the launcher and library for porting purposes.