Essential Return to Castle Wolfenstein and Enemy Territory Files
Looking for files and want to cut straight to the critical ones you need to play the game? We got you covered. Look below for the essential RTCW files, and be sure to check out our Top 50 Files list or Fileplanet's Return to Castle Wolfenstein section.
Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory
This FREE stand alone multiplayer game takes the Wolfenstein online action to the next level with teamplay you'll die for (Again and again!) and more class based, campaign crushing juice than you have the right to dream about! The final release version of ET includes six multiplayer maps and a full campaign mode. Wolfenstein Enemy Territory is a free, stand alone Quake III engine game. You need only what you download to play!
Attention! You will currently need to download the appropriate game install and then the patch to be up to date.
Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory Windows Files (Install In The Following Order):
Multiplayer Demo (Windows)
This is the official multiplayer demo for Return to Castle Wolfenstein that replaced the "technology tests" released earlier. It contains two maps: Beach Assault and Trench Toast. It is currently only available for Windows, but the older versions of the technology test are still available for Linux and Macintosh OSX.
The best way to get in the game. GameSpy Arcade offers complete support for both the Wolfenstein multiplayer test and the full retail version. This server browsing and matchmaking utility lets you see a complete list of Wolfenstein servers on the Internet, and then connect to them with a simple click.
GtKRadiant v1.2 Full
The powerful map editing tool for Quake III Arena, Q3 Team Arena and now Return to Castle Wolfenstein!
WolfStat is a utility not much unlike HalfStats for Half-Life. It parses the logfile of a RTCW server and outputs those player statistics into a nice, clean HTML file.
Not the full SDK, this is for mapping. Everything you need for multiplayer and single player level creation!
This is the source code necessary for making modifications for the single-player and multiplayer aspects of Return to Castle Wolfenstein. Get what you need to change the game itself!
Version 1.41 of the Linux Wolfenstein source code is needed for making modifications for Return to Castle Wolfenstein on Linux machines.
RtCW Official Movies
This is the movie you need to download and watch. It's a remix of the movie shown at E3, 2001, but with a redone soundtrack. It shows almost all in-game footage to give you an excellent idea of what the game looks and feels like.
This is the very cool CGI sequence that you see at the beginning of the game. Some very nice work here.
Behind Enemy Lines: The Making of RTCW
This is an extremely cool movie that you need to watch. It's big, but it contains all kinds of behind the scenes footage and video interviews with the folks from Gray Matter. It's one of the movies that appears on the CD you got if you preordered the game from some retailers.