"We've created Return to Castle Wolfenstein: Operation Resurrection with the goal to make the best first person experience on the PlayStation 2," said Todd Hollenshead, CEO, id Software. "From tense covert and tactical combat to the overwhelming action of mowing down the Fuhrer's zombified henchmen, Operation Resurrection will keep fans glued to their PlayStation 2s."
"Return to Castle Wolfenstein: Operation Resurrection delivers to PlayStation 2 fans a bone-chilling adventure, complete with exciting covert operations along with quick-strike tactical combat," said Larry Goldberg, executive vice president, Activision Worldwide Studios. "With an epic single player experience that now features a new campaign and broadened storyline, Operation Resurrection arms gamers for an all-out pursuit of Himmler's evil forces."
Set within WWII, Return to Castle Wolfenstein: Operation Resurrection enlists players into a whirlwind tour of duty. Taking the role of U.S. Army Ranger B.J. Blazkowicz, players must infiltrate the heart of the evil empire in Nazi Germany and stop the deranged plans of the Third Reich. Throughout the action-packed experience, players are locked in combat against hordes of Nazi storm troopers, undead Teutonic knights and the twisted products of genetic experimentation. The action stretches from the deserts of Egypt to the forests of Germany to icy compounds in Norway.
Return to Castle Wolfenstein: Operation Resurrection features an all-new campaign, where gamers meet Agent One, the O.S.A.'s most senior operative. In the entirely new set of missions, gamers, with the tactical support of Agent One, take the fight from the outskirts of Egypt straight to Castle Wolfenstein, further drawing players into the Occult-filled Nazi nightmare with an unfolding story that plays out like a heart-stopping action movie.
Return to Castle Wolfenstein: Operation Resurrection is developed by Raster Production and is executive produced by id Software. The PlayStation 2 game is based on the award winning PC title, Return to Castle Wolfenstein, originally developed by Gray Matter Interactive studios and Nerve Software.