Fight in the rain soaked trenches or charge over No Man’s Land to battle in the War to End All Wars. Use authentic weaponry to conquer the enemy, call in artillery strikes to take out enemies en masse, and don’t forget that teamwork is essential for the final victory! Screaming Steel: 1914-1918, previously known as WW1: Source is a total-conversion project being developed by devoted modders for the FPS game Day of Infamy. While you can still find the download on this site for older versions of the project when it was a modification for Half-Life 2, our development on this branch of the Source engine has stopped. Screaming Steel instead utilizes one of the latest iterations of the Source engine to bring you an immersive and total experience of the infamous Western Front of the First World War. Keep a watch on this page for more news about the project and make sure to spread the word about it! See you on the battlefield!

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Awwww Yaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa can't wait!!!!!

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so exited!

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Hello there fellow trenchrats!

We've been quite silent as of lately, but dont worry; work on the mod is still being done despite the fact that most of us are busy with real life! Here's a little treat for you to show that we're still alive.

Some of you might recognize this map from the 1.13b version of WWI:S, it's our very popular map ww_somme which was made by our teammember 'Ztormi' back in the day. In 2.0 it has been remade and been improved both visually and gameplay-wise.

Credit for this new version goes to 'Semmel', an amazing mapper we have the privilege of having on our team.

Our new artillery-particles that you can catch a glimpse of in one of the pictures were made by the kind contributor 'Vman', and as you can probably see they are a huge improvement over the old ones.

Stay put for more news-material in the future!
The WWI:S Dev team

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