Wolfenstein: Enemy territory, after 18 years gets an SP campaign
The Wolfenstein series of shooting games are mostly associated with great single-player experiences. However, in 2003, Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory was played which was a fascinating multiplayer title. Enemy Territory was a precedent at the time as it was launched as a free game and had no single-player content. That is, such facilities were planned because ET was originally conceived as an expansion for the previous Return to Castle Wolfenstein, but in the end due to development difficulties they never saw the light of day.
But that could change in the future. After completing a major project called RealRTCW, modder William Faure took on the task of expanding the cult game with single-player and co-op missions. The missions will take place on six original maps from the multiplayer, but don't let that fool you because the modder in question has a lot of experience and has planned everything from five additional weight and achievement settings. The latter is also a confirmation that W: ET's single-player mode will be available on Steam, and the good news is that it will be free to all game owners. There is no release date yet, but judging by the video, single-player content doesn’t seem far off.