Return Engagement is the sixth mission in Return to Castle Wolfenstein.
After the Norway mission, the OSA was alerted to the existence of Deathshead's "Super Soldier" program and "Operation Resurrection" and they send B.J. to put a stop to these programs before they can be used against the allies.
Airdropped near the Bramburg Dam, B.J. Blazkowicz infiltrates the village of Paderborn, where he stealthily assassinates several high-ranking operatives of the SS Paranormal Division. He then proceeds to Chateau Shufstaffel and the dark unhallowed area behind it, where the Dark Knight anointing ceremony is to take place.
Blazkowicz is too late to stop the ceremony and has to battle two Super Soldiers that were left behind. He discovers an alternate route into the Nazi dig site and enters it, in an effort to stop the resurrection of Heinrich I.
There are four different parts of this mission. They are detailed below:
Part 1: Bramburg DamEdit
- Get across the Bramburg Dam.
- Locate the road to Paderborn Village.
Part 2: Paderborn VillageEdit
- Elininate five key SS Paranormal operatives.
- Ensure alarm is not sounded.
- Gain access to Chateau Schufstaffel.
Part 3: Chateau SchufstaffelEdit
- Eliminate General von Shurber.
- Locate rear exit of the chateau.
Part 4: Unhallowed GroundEdit
- Locate Site of "Anointing Ceremony".
- Destroy all Super Soldiers.
| Cursed Sands|
(Tides of War exclusive)
|Ras el-Hadid · Inner City · Headquarters · Ancient Ruins · Ritual Chamber · Burial Tombs · Eye of Anubis|
|Ominous Rumors||Escape! · Castle Keep · Tram Ride|
|Dark Secret||Village · Catacombs · Crypt · The Defiled Church · Tomb|
|Weapons of Vengeance||Forest Compound · Rocket Base · Radar Installation · Air Base Assault|
|Deadly Designs||Kugelstadt · The Bombed Factory · The Trainyards · Secret Weapons Facility|
|Deathshead's Playground||Ice Station Norway · X-Labs · Super Soldier|
|Return Engagement||Bramburg Dam · Paderborn Village · Chateau Schufstaffel · Unhallowed Ground|
|Operation Resurrection||The Dig · Return to Castle Wolfenstein · Heinrich|