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Enemy Territory: Quake Wars 1.1 Retail

October 19th, 2007 by Crusader

id Software’s Timothee “TTimo”Besset has released the retail Linux client for Enemy Territory: Quake Wars:

After a few days of work, and seeing a very solid Linux demo release, we arereleasing the full client for Linux. See the new files section below fordownloads.

Our ftp will saturate pretty fastwhen we release new files, watch the QuakeWars community site foradditional mirrors.

The system requirements and recommended kernel configuration notes areidentical to those of the demo.

Screenshots/Media: [ View ]Download: [ idsoftware.com| more mirrors]

10 Responses to “Enemy Territory: Quake Wars 1.1 Retail”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    If they would put it on a CD, and maybe include the rest of the game at the same time, I would rush out and buy a copy.

  2. Anonymous Says:

    What exactly would be the advantage of an additional CD over the 18MB download we have now?

  3. Anonymous Says:

    They would have had to delay the Windows release to make the Linux install ready for retail distribution. As it is, the install is trivially easy with the Winders CD and the downloaded installer. Stop yer complainin and go support the people that are supporting us and our preferred platform!

  4. Anonymous Says:

    If i buy the windows version through steam on top of wine. When the native Linux client comes out will i be able to use it? iam pretty sure i can get access to the files under the steam directory, but probably not the cd key? arhh its $50 us on steam and about the equivilent of $85 us in my country. Anybody know if i can get the cd key from my steam purchase?

  5. Anonymous Says:

    Time to kick everyones ass. “You are all MINE”

    >:-)

  6. Anonymous Says:

    now all I need is to recompile my check book.. thanks for the client!!!

  7. Crusader Says:

    Yeah, you’ll be to install the Linux binaries on the Steam version – you get a cdkey to make your ETQW profile/account when you buy it.

  8. ZlatkO Says:

    Any news when ETQW will be available from Tux Games? Their site still lists it as “Coming Soon, 27/Feb/2007, unconfirmed”.

  9. kannonfodder Says:

    It doesn’t get any easier than this.

    1. download client (ETQW-client-1.1.r8.x86.run)
    2. insert retail DVD
    3. chmod 0755 ./ETQW-client-1.1.r8.x86.run
    4. ./ETQW-client-1.1.r8.x86.run

    Copying files from DVD takes a few minutes.

    If you don’t have the DVD you can skip that part and, I guess, manually copy in the pk4 and mega files.

  10. ThoreauHD Says:

    Now I get to drop coin. I bought the game from some NC shop called nulime.com. Seems to be 40 bucks, so that’s nice. tuxgames hasn’t updated their site, so sorry. Catch ya next round.

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