WWI Source: 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, or use chemical warfare to disable your opponents! WWI Source is the first and only World War I game to be developed for Steam. All the current WWI mod teams (‘The Trenches 2’, ‘Fields of Horror’, ‘WWI Source’) have united to develop the best World War I game to the Steam community, using the latest Source engine. Please visit the official website for more information on WWI Source and the team.

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Sibelius Jan 24 2010 says:

It's..............it's...................it's so beautiful............

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Mr.Walrus Jan 24 2010 says:

Very well done!

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I_WAS_LEGEND Jan 26 2010 says:

Looks like the real thing.

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Rockcoons Feb 2 2010 says:

Lee Enfield FTW!

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Topsy Feb 6 2010 says:

I love this rifle!!
Fired of a live one before as well :D
Can't wait until this game is out!!
Im going to enjoy shooting some Jerry Arse!!

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nirvana123 Feb 12 2010 says:

can you have the bayonet on the Lee Enfield ??

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Inafinus Feb 12 2010 buried:


You sir phail. Why would you use a gun in World War 1 that couldn't be fitted with a Bayonet? Its been used in the British army practically since the beginnings of firearms. Well maybe not that far back but still pretty far back.

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nirvana123 Feb 12 2010 replied:

i know the history but as you can see on the picture there is no bayonet

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Swaggletooth Feb 14 2010 replied:

Inafinus, you're an obvious walting troll.

Nirvana's question was perfectly good, and only one that can be answered by the Dev team themselves. Who knows? They may well add a bayonet at a later date.

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Inafinus Feb 16 2010 replied:

I thought he meant in reality. My sincere apologies for my mistake.

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volcol Feb 12 2010 says:

Great model, just the sights in game are off.

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Stiltburger Feb 14 2010 says:

Well saxon not many gamers care about accuracy as long as they have pretty bloom and expensive console FPS' to drool over.

Hence my review being buried by immature individuals who felt I was attacking them.

The bolt on this lee enfield is too large. I admire your ambition WW1 source team but the weapon models need serious overhaul.

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SquireJames Feb 28 2010 says:

My only criticisms are that the stock disc is on the wrong side of the stock (should be on the same side as the bolt handle, and only that side) and that something seems, well, wrong with the receiver behind the charger bridge. Looks too 'thick' and cylindrical. But other than that, it's almost perfect (I own a 1917 SMLE Mk.III* myself)

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SquireJames Feb 28 2010 replied:

and Stiltburger is right, the bolt handle is a little oversized. Still, it's not that noticeable from a player or world perspective.

In order worlds, she'll do nicely :)

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