ET: LEGACY

Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory is a free multiplayer first-person shooter. Set during World War II and heavily focused on team work, it was initially released in 2003 by Splash Damage and id Software. More than a decade after its release, after spending countless hours of escorting tanks and trucks, stealing gold and radar parts and transmitting confidential documents, it was time to dust off the game which consistently refused to go down.

Enemy Territory: Legacy is an open source project based on the code of Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory which was released in 2010 under the terms of GPLv3 license. The main goal of this project is to fix bugs, remove old dependencies and make it playable on all major operating systems while still remaining compatible with the ET 2.60b version and as many of its mods as possible. We do appreciate any contribution to the project such as patches, suggestions or comments.

Many thanks to Splash Damage for their release of the source code, raedwulf-et (especially Ralph Eastwood) & Unvanquished for our code base and ioQuake3for their patches (especially /dev/humancontroller). Kudos!

Also thanks to JetBrains for providing licences for their products.

 

New Rtcw SP Videos Uploaded – Yo$hik Plays Operation Trondheim: Iron Cross in Extreme Quality!

Yo$hik uploaded a playthrough for the Rtcw SP addon called Operation Trondheim: Iron Cross in “extreme quality”!

Source:Ronboy

We continue our interviews with a guy from the RTCW scene, Ronboy!

Ronboy started his website so his maps could have a home, and also to keep Rtcw fans informed on his progress with any projects he’s working on.

Q. Hello Ronboy! How are you doing?
Hello! I’m doing fine, just enjoying life in front of a PC!
Q. Thanks for having this interview with you.
You’re welcome. This is the first time that someone in the Wolfenstein community has interviewed me. It’s something different for a change.
Q. When did you first discover RTCW (Return To Castle Wolfenstein)?
I first discovered this amazing game a few years after it was released, so probably in 2003 or 2004. I definately can’t call myself an Rtcw veteran because of this.
Q.How many years have you played RTCW?
I’ve played this game since about 2003 or 2004, as I’ve already mentioned. Unfortunately, I never showed myself to the community until 2010. I regret not joining the community back when it was still very alive. Better late than never though!
Q.Do you’ve had an own RTCW community/clan or a server?
I have a “company” called Ronboy Productions, but that’s it.

New Rtcw SP Videos Uploaded – Yo$hik Plays Operation Trondheim: Red Alert in Extreme Quality!

Yo$hik uploaded a playthrough for the Rtcw SP addon called Operation Trondheim: Red Alert in “extreme quality”

 

Source: Ronboys Production

New Rtcw SP Videos Uploaded – Yo$hik Plays Operation Trondheim : Special Forces in Extreme Quality!

Yo$hik uploaded a playthrough for the Rtcw SP addon called Operation Trondheim: Special Forces in “extreme quality”!

Source: Ronboy Productions

New Rtcw SP Video Uploaded – Eugeny Plays Olivet Castle!

Eugeny Panikarowsky has uploaded a playthrough for the RTCW SP map called Olivet Castle!

Source: Ronboy Productions

 

Eugeny Panikarowsky has uploaded a playthrough for the RTCW SP standalone mod called The Dark Army: Uprising!

 

 

 

You can watch it on RonBoy’s website H E R E

There are also other videos/clips that you can find on RonBoy’s RTCW website.  😎

Visit Ronboy’s website H E R E