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Happy 14th Birthday RtCW

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The first game ever where Splash Damage ever officially contributed by: Return to Castle Wolfenstein, is proud 14 years old. RtCW, developed by ID Software, published by Activision, was released to the North American market on November 19th, 2001.

Release date(s):
Microsoft Windows: NA - November 19, 2001 / EU: November 30, 2001
Linux: March 16, 2002
Mac: OS X April, 2002

Enjoy remaining RtCW time!

Return to Castle Wolfenstein WIKI

Das erste Spiel, wo SplashDamage jemals offiziell mit beitrug: Return to Castle Wolfenstein wird stolze 14 Jahre alt. RtCW wurde von ID Software entwickelt, herausgegeben von Activision und zuerst im nordamerikanischen Markt am 19. November 2001 freigegeben.

Veröffentlichungsdaten:
Microsoft Windows: NA - November 19, 2001 / EU: November 30, 2001
Linux: March 16, 2002
Mac: OS X April, 2002

Geniesse die verbleibende RtCW Zeit!

Return to Castle Wolfenstein WIKI

Competitive History - RtCW Movie

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RTCW - Competitive History - QuakeCon 2003 - Made by Homie

Since March 2015, I have been collecting and archiving RTCW demos and shoutcasts of the oldschool competitive scene (2002-2007). I also have been recording and uploading these on my youtube channel over the last 4,5 years. My final goal was and is to make some sort of ultimate "RTCW Competitive History movie" for RTCW its 20th birthday. In 2016-2017 I was already working on some clips of various tournaments but I never got to actually finish anything.

The main issue I faced was that finding frags and recording in RTCW is very tedious and time consuming. I didn't want to continue until I found some way to speed up this process. In early 2018, with the help of Kimi, Crumbs and MAN-AT-ARMS, I managed to create one ultimate RTCW movie mod and a small Python module that can scan for frags in my entire demo archive at once. Kimi also modified the LibTech 3 code of Hannes that allows me to cut certain frags from demos, which saves me a huge amount of time to record. Without these people, this movie would have never seen the light of day.

I decided to invest my time on one tournament at a time, instead of creating the full history movie at once. QuakeCon 2003 was the first on my list. I started working on it from February 2018, taking a lot of breaks to avoid making something generic without any inspiration and taking the path of least resistance. I got hugely inspired by -Max- his work on the Ultraviolet Volume series. I wanted to do something similar like this for a very long time. This was the most challenging video project I ever did, and while it is not perfect, I'm very happy with the final output. I hope to create and release more videos of this series next year. I also want to thank MerlinatoR, bully, -Max-, Kris, Twister and superboyy for helping me with this project.

Enjoy watching!

Source: crossfire.nu

COMPETITIVE HISTORY Version:Final
Author Homie Date 09.02.2020 Filesize 2,11 GB Download 148


RtCW SP Mod Flying Saucers

Published in RtCW Mods

RtCW SP Mod: Flying Saucers - 10 playables and 2 cutscenes

This mission pack is a fantastic adventure having as background the mystical flying saucers.
About Russian soldier whose name Alex Barbariskin must capture the German documentation and deliver the experimental piece of the flying saucer.

Source: etpro.de | rtcw.gamebanana.com | Depro777

RtCW SP MOD FLYING SAUCERS Version:1.0
Author Depro777 Date 18.01.2015 Filesize 94,44 MB Download 896



19th anniversary of RtCW

Published in RtCW Misc

Happy Birthday! Return to Castle Wolfenstein is 19 years old.
RtCW developed by ID Software, published by Activision, was released to the North American market on November 19th, 2001.

Release date(s):
Microsoft Windows: NA - November 19, 2001 / EU: November 30, 2001
Linux: March 16, 2002
Mac: OS X April, 2002

Enjoy remaining RtCW time!

Return to Castle Wolfenstein WIKI

Reminiscence - RtCW movie

Published in RtCW Movies

Reminiscence - a Return to Castle Wolfenstein movie - Made by Bully.
Bully, one of the very well known and great RtCW players says goodbye to the Community with a last Movie. The Movie shows great frags and sad moments (the emptiness)

Starring (in order of appearance)
Fro, Sipperi, Sirkka, Jam, Bully, Kris, Mirage

Quote: I still had a decent amount of footage lying around from people that had previously sent it to me with the purpose of turning it into a movie. Due to personal reasons I've not had the time nor motivation to do this. However the thought of making this movie never slipped my mind. It's way overdue but it's finally here. RtCW has been a big part of my life, so I wished to give it one last farewell.

It's been a pleasure RtCW.

Source: crossfire.nu

 

REMINISCENCE Version:Final
Author Bully Date 05.01.2020 Filesize 2,79 GB Download 117


17th anniversary of RtCW

Published in RtCW Misc

Return to Castle Wolfenstein, is 17 years old. RtCW, developed by ID Software, published by Activision, was released to the North American market on November 19th, 2001.

Release date(s):
Microsoft Windows: NA - November 19, 2001 / EU: November 30, 2001
Linux: March 16, 2002
Mac: OS X April, 2002

Enjoy remaining RtCW time!

Return to Castle Wolfenstein WIKI

Movie in memory of the great time on the RtCW KT-Clan fun server

Wolf Patch 1.42a (aka iortcw) released!

Published in RtCW Misc

After a year of development, I've decided it's time for a release... Wolf 1.42 (aka iortcw) is an updated game engine for Return to Castle Wolfenstein based on the open source ioquake3 engine. There are hundreds of fixes and new features to bring the game more up to date while staying compatible with existing 1.41 release. Look the Image Gallery!

What's new: (1.42)

Client:
SDL backend
OpenAL sound API support (multiple speaker support and better sound quality)
Full x86_64 (64-bit) support (all platforms including Mac)
Optional new OpenGL2 based renderer for improved graphics. See rend2-readme.txt
Bloom lighting for original renderer
VoIP support, both in-game (using Opus 1.1 codec) and external support through Mumble. See voip-readme.txt
Correct handling of widescreen resolutions
IPv6 support
Working master server list (with support for multiple master servers)
Built-in game minimizer
AVI video capture of demos
Much improved console autocompletion
Persistent console history
Colorized terminal output
Ogg Vorbis support
QVM support
cl_guid support
HTTP/FTP download redirection (using cURL) for fast map and mod downloads
PNG image support
IQM model support
Lots of bug fixes

Server:
HTTP/FTP download redirection (using cURL) for fast map and mod downloads
Fast UDP downloads for legacy clients
Many exploits fixed (getstatus / getinfo flooding and rcon attacks)
Full x86_64 (64-bit) support (all platforms including Mac)
Server side wallhack prevention.
Colorized terminal output.
IPv6 support
Improved standard ban system.
Lots of bug fixes

What's new: (1.42a)

Client:
Updated SDL backend to 2.0.3 (improved video and input handling)
Update cl_guid support to use Punkbuster GUID's (based on CD Key like official 1.41 client)
Updated curl libraries to support downloads from secure (https and ftps) servers (both IPv4 and IPv6)
Sound fixes (some stuttering, volume, and doppler issues fixed)
Rend2 (updated renderer) fixes (especially lighting and cubemap fixes)
Add support for gender specific obituaries (using cvar sex "male"/"female")
Fixed flag animations when using QVMs
Fixed crash with QVM->dll communication
Fixed AI showing phone jack (connection interrupt) icons when dead (Single Player)
Fixed colored name padding in status command
Add new command 'cvar_modified' to show a list of all cvars that were changed from defaults.
Random bug fixes
Added sample config to enable hi quality graphics using new renderer (In console, /exec hiquality.cfg; vid_restart)
- *Requires OpenGL2/3 capable video card/drivers*

Server:
Added support for map specific configs (to set server cvars on a per map basis, such as gametype, respawn times, etc.)
- To use, create a 'mapcfgs' folder inside of 'main' to hold you per map configs. Naming convention is .cfg
Fix pk3 download error messages
Potential filesystem issue fixed

Please refer to the README for new cvar settings and general information.

>>> More Pictures

Source: www.ecgnetwork.co | ioquake3.org/iortcw

IORTCW PATCH MAC UB Version:1.42a
Author iortcw Date 12.05.2014 Filesize 32.16 MB Download 290


IORTCW PATCH MAC TERM Version:1.42a
Author iortcw Date 12.05.2014 Filesize 30.72 MB Download 202


IORTCW PATCH LINUX 64 Version:1.42a
Author iortcw Date 12.05.2014 Filesize 21.49 MB Download 269


IORTCW PATCH LINUX 32 Version:1.42a
Author iortcw Date 12.05.2014 Filesize 20.8 MB Download 207


IORTCW PATCH WINDOWS 64 Version:1.42a
Author iortcw Date 12.05.2014 Filesize 25.12 MB Download 7851


IORTCW PATCH WINDOWS 32 Version:1.42a
Author iortcw Date 12.05.2014 Filesize 23.79 MB Download 2764


Happy Birthday ! Return to Castle Wolfenstein is 20 years old !
RtCW developed by ID Software, published by Activision, was released to the North American market on November 19th, 2001. Game of the Year (PC, 2002)

Return to Castle Wolfenstein turns 20 years!
LIVE Anniversary Event showcases upcoming content for its remaster and features interview with original developers from Gray Matter Interactive!

Release date(s):
Microsoft Windows: NA - November 19, 2001 / EU: November 30, 2001
Linux: March 16, 2002
Mac: OS X April, 2002

Enjoy remaining RtCW time!

Return to Castle Wolfenstein WIKI

Crumbs - One Day

Published in RtCW Movies

RTCW 3on3 movie Crumbs - One Day

This frag movie shows how easy is RtCW for crumbs. Frag scenes, content and editing made by crumbs.

Download will look better (856x480@50fps and for Germans if youtube is blocked). If anyone can upload it anywhere good.

Source: crossfire.nu | crumbs

CRUMBS - ONE DAY
Author crumbs Date 28.04.2014 Filesize 607 MB Download 145


ASUS Alliance 6vs6 RtCW-Cup

Published in RtCW Scene

 

The team of RtCWcup announce the new ASUS Alliance 6vs6 RtCW-Cup. Created by a group of RtCW fans who came together to organize this new cup. There is a tight schedule in this cup that everybody has to be aware of. Also a group of 5 admins will help guide teams on their way into the games in order to keep up to speed with the schedule and thus making things go as smooth as possible. Below this text you can find more info about the cup and its time schedule.

More info about the Alliance Cup:

Format: 6vs6 ABBA Stopwatch
Team amount: 16
Cup format: Group stage to double elimination play-offs
Mappool: Base Beach Frostbite Ice Assault Village

Time Schedule:
Tournament signups are open from now until Saturday 30 November
Groups will be announced at the end of Saturday the 30th
1st game can be played between the 1st of December until the 8th of December
2nd game needs to be played by 15 December
3rd game needs to be played by 22 December
Around x-mas and new year's day we'll have a 2 weeks break
Play-offs start the first week of January
Grand final deadline will be February 2nd

Website: http://www.rtcwcup.com/index.htm
Rules: http://www.rtcwcup.com/rules.htm
Prizes: 1x ASUS GeForce GTX TITAN 6GD5 Graphics Card + € TBA,-
If people have any questions or suggestions you can contact any of the following admins: Playa, Bully, Faster, Malmen, Homie

Shoutcast will be provided by WarWitch and his companions Sabo and Nail on http://www.twitch.tv/warwitchtv/. So please sign up now so you can be part of this amazing event.

Website: http://www.rtcwcup.com/index.htm
Rules: http://www.rtcwcup.com/rules.htm

Source: crossfire.nu

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