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"War would end if the dead could return."
―Stanley Baldwin
The Dark Army: Downfall

Developer

85 Prøductions

Platform(s)

Microsoft Windows

Game

Return to Castle Wolfenstein

Engine

RealRTCW (id Tech 3)

Type

Single-player

Release

TBA

Prequel

The Dark Army: Uprising

Sequel

Wolfenstein: The Old Blood

Theme

Paranormal-horror

The Dark Army: Downfall is the second half of a two part divided free single-player standalone modification of Return to Castle Wolfenstein, developed and published by TITEUF-85 Prøductions, to be released on Microsoft Windows via Mod DB. It will be preceded by the first part subtitled Uprising.


PlotEdit

When the fate of the Kreisau Circle is at stake, B.J. Blazkowicz is forced to fight alongside Deathshead's dark army, against a common enemy...

Characters Edit

Protagonists Edit

Antagonists Edit

DevelopmentEdit

The creator of the mod promising after the release of the first part. The second one will be immediately developing. However, the release date for the second is currently unknown. Presumably to be taking about three or four year to finish.

It was revealed on February 1st, 2017. The theme is to be Paranormal-horror.

Credits Edit

Like Uprising

Modification Edit

  • TITEUF-85 - Developer
  • WolfETPlayer - Engine Programmer
  • Knightmare - Base Engine Programmer
  • Alexandre - Additional Weapons Programmer
  • Eugeny Panikarowsky, Kemon & Maxtextures - Textures Artists
  • KatsBits - Tutorials
  • Vicente Pasquino - Resources Provider
  • Rocket_Warrior85 & RonBoy - Modifications Testers
  • Cezary Szydlik & GregorioPoland - Specific Support
  • AidenDemon & ailmanki - Additional Support

Cast Edit

External links Edit

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