Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory Likely Not Getting the Quake Live Treatment, Says Carmack

id Software's John Carmack today said that Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory will likely not be revived as a free-to-play, advertising supported web title in the fashion of Quake Live.

"If Quake Live is successful, the next thing that we might look at is Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory," said Carmack, "but it's hard to see how we'd do the same treatment of it."

Wolfenstein's World War II setting was cited as the main reason behind the company's hesitation.

"You're running around fighting the Nazis and there's a billboard with [an advertisement] on it," said Carmack, noting the awkward nature of combining Nazis and Coke ads.

From The Chatty
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    July 31, 2008 5:37 PM

    Awkward would be something along the lines of..

    You're running around fighting the Nazi's and there's a billboard advertising the sale of books.

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      July 31, 2008 5:44 PM

      Who cares? Seriously they care more about the advertisements than making the game. John Carmack needs find a rock and hide under it.

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