After Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory's launch on Steam 19 years after its introduction, Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory is now available on Steam

After Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory's launch on Steam 19 years after its introduction, Wolfenstein: E ...

The game was first announced on May 29, 2003, as a commercial expansion for Return to Castle Wolfenstein, but problems with the single-player program prompted them to develop the multiplayer component as a standalone, freeware game. Little than a year later, developer Activision provided the game''s source code to modders.

For a while, Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory has been available from other stores, including directly from Splash Damage. With it now on Steam, players will have the advantage of Valve''s popular distribution platform.

Bethesda''s Launcher is on the verge of release. Players can transfer their Bethesda.net library to their Steam account starting today. This includes your game library and wallet, so you will not lose any content from your Bethesda.net account.

Starting May 11, you''ll longer be able to play games on the launcher, but you will still have access to the launcher and library for transfer purposes.

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