Wolfenstein PC demo hits the web

— 2:08 PM on October 14, 2009

Haven't had a chance to try out Raven Software's (loosely) World War II-themed shooter yet? Well, you're in luck: Shacknews reports that a demo has just come out. You can grab it right now at FileShack.

The demo weighs in at just 685MB—a surprisingly sane file size compared to some of the other demos we've seen recently. (Last year's Left 4 Dead demo was a flabbergasting 3.2GB.) Those 685 megs should come packed with unabashedly historically-incorrect Nazi killing and, according to Shacknews, "green-hued supernatural ghosts." Oh boy!

Wolfenstein came out for the PC, Xbox 360, and PlayStation 3 on August 18. It continues the adventures of B.J. Blazkowicz, the character from id Software's original Wolfenstein 3D, this time with snazzier graphics courtesy of a modified Doom 3 engine. Critical reception has been lukewarm so far, but if you like the demo, the full game is now available for $26.99 at Amazon.

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