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Wolfenstein, 2009 version from Raven Soft, is a relatively underrated follower to Return of Castle Wolfenstein (2001). For some reason, this is the only Welfenstein game that's no longer being sold on Steam. The game is not revolutionary, but it's technically still a solid first-person shooter, and it's a perfectly legitimate part of the Wolfenstein game series. The shader does have some shortcomings compared to newer games, but fortunately this is easily fixed. This HDR ReShade will add better lighting, colors, image clarity and Anti Aliasing, which will greatly improve overall image-quality.

Wolfenstein, 2009 (Any version)

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Wolfenstein (2009 version) is a first-person shooter from legendary developer Raven Software, published in 2009 by Activision. It's a late sequel to "Return to Castle Wolfenstein" from 2001. It's created with an enhanced version of iDSoft's iD Tech 4 engine. It was released in August 2009 for Windows, PS3 and Xbox. iD Soft oversaw the production, as the last game before the company was bought by ZeniMax Media.

The story starts in Isenstadt, a fictional German city during World War II, where the Nazi's have declared martial law in order to excavate some rare crystals. The crystals are used to enter a parallel dimension, and strange things soon starts happening.

Wolfenstein 2009 uses a special version of iD Soft's iD Tech 4 engine, also used in Doom 3 and Quake Wars - Enemy Territory. The multiplayer part of Wolfenstein was developed by Endrant Studios, a completely different development team, which wasn't a decision that was taken with quality in mind. After the game was released, a PC patch had to be made to address several issues with the multiplayer component.

Wolfenstein 2009 had 4 promo-comics released before launch, each based on a particular Wolfenstein game. The first one presented the escape from Castle Wolfenstein from "Wolfenstein 3D", the first Wolfenstein game. It also had the scene with Hans Grosse and the final battle with Adolf. The 2nd comic was about Wolfenstein 3D's prequel, Spear of Destiny. Particularly the final battle against the cybernetic Death Knight and the Angel of Death for control of the Spear. The 3rd comic was about the Return to Castle Wolfenstein, picturing the battle with Olaric, the destruction of the V2 rockets and lastly the final battle with Heinrich. The 4th comic was based on the cinematics from Wolfenstein 2009 about the infiltrating of a battleship and about the Thule medallion.
Wolfenstein, released in 2009, is a first-person shooter video game developed by Raven Software and published by Activision. The game is a reboot of the classic Wolfenstein series, which first premiered in 1981. The game takes place in an alternate universe where the Nazis have won World War II and have taken over the world. The player takes on the role of B.J. Blazkowicz, a U.S. Army Ranger who is tasked with taking down the Nazi regime and restoring freedom to the world.

The gameplay in Wolfenstein is fast-paced and action-packed. The player has access to a wide variety of weapons, including a machine gun, a shotgun, and a grenade launcher. The player can also use stealth to take out enemies, and there are various levels where the player can choose to take a more stealthy approach. The game also features a cover system which allows the player to hide behind objects to avoid enemy fire.

The story of Wolfenstein is set in the 1960s, and the player must navigate through a variety of levels, including cities, forests, and underground bases. The player will encounter a wide range of enemies, including standard soldiers, elite troops, and supernatural creatures. The game also features boss battles, which are challenging and require the player to use all of their skills to defeat them.

The characters in Wolfenstein are well-written and well-acted. B.J. Blazkowicz is a strong and determined hero, who will stop at nothing to defeat the Nazis. The game also features a number of supporting characters, including Anya, a resistance fighter who helps the player throughout the game, and Caroline Becker, a scientist who is working on a secret weapon to defeat the Nazis.

The graphics in Wolfenstein are top-notch, with detailed environments and characters. The game features a number of high-quality textures and lighting effects. The game also features a number of special effects, such as explosions and gunfire, that are very well done. The game also has a great soundtrack that perfectly fits the game's atmosphere.

The development of Wolfenstein was headed by Raven Software, with the help of id Software, the creator of the original Wolfenstein series. The game was developed using the id Tech 4 game engine, which was also used in the game, Doom 3. The game was released for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC in August 2009.

Wolfenstein was well-received by critics, with many praising the game's fast-paced gameplay, well-written story, and high-quality graphics. The game was also a commercial success, with over 1 million copies sold in the first two months after its release. The game also received several awards, including the "Best Xbox 360 Game" award at the 2009 Spike Video Game Awards.

In conclusion, Wolfenstein is a fantastic first-person shooter game that offers fast-paced and action-packed gameplay, a well-written story, and high-quality graphics. The game is a reboot of the classic Wolfenstein series, and it does an excellent job of capturing the spirit of the original while also updating it for modern audiences. The game is a must-play for fans of first-person shooter games and fans of the original Wolfenstein series.