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Platform(s): PC
Genre: Action
Developer: Electronic Paradise

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'Wehrwolf' - 14 New Screens

by Rainier on Dec. 13, 2005 @ 11:44 a.m. PST

Wehrwolf (Wehrwolf is an armed wolf, not to be confused with Werwolf which means werewolf) is a first person 3D action-adventure game, build using the best achievements in 3D technologies. The game has two modes: single-player (15 levels) and multiplayer (5 maps) game with a gamestyle similar to Call of Duty and Medal of Honor.

The scenario of the game bases on the real episodes of the Second World war. The action takes place in the outskirts and inside the German top-secret military facility (Hitler’s field headquarters Wehrwolf.( note: Wehrwolf – armed wolf, Werwolf - werewolf) not far from Vinnitsa. Even today this facility is covered under the curtain of mystery, secrets and myths. Until now Wehrwolf is one of mysterious and undiscovered places in Europe.

The player will have to act as a member of soviet special assignment squad “Victors” (this squad really existed during the Second World War), which was dropped deep beyond the enemy lines for diversions and to uncover the mystery of Wehrwolf…

There are to be 15 singleplayer and 5 multiplayer levels, 25 kinds of infantry weapons, more than 10 different kinds of vehicles, 20 kind of heavy equipment.

3D models of Wehrwolf bunker, villages and Vinnitsa of the forties are being specially recreated for the game. 3D model of the weapons are created using real infantry weapons of the Second World War, which were neutralized on the military factory. The weapons in the game are as follows: PPSh-41, PPS-43, MP-40, PD-27, RPD-44, MG-34, Mosin riffle, Tokarev riffle, TT and revolver. Real Soviet and German military equipment were bought to recreate real textures in the game: uniform, helmets, flasks and others.

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