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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chris_sloany
chris_sloany

very nice job! maybe a little point of the helmet well finish it off.

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Buttcake
Buttcake

agree with the helmet thing.

Nice job, although something about the face texture looks kinda wierd.. maybe its the way it looks like his mouth is open.. good work though

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UkrainaGuy1111
UkrainaGuy1111

I think it was removed in the end of the war? In the movie THE LOST BATTALION they didnt have one.

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MetalMushroom
MetalMushroom

The spike on the helmet was mandatory to take off in battle

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MartinWalther
MartinWalther

It wasn't mandatory to take off the spike during battle... it was just the design the helmets of the early uniforms of the war had. It was fixed and not detachable. The Reichsheer introduced a newer tunic and helmet around 1917 which (apart from minor design changes in the 30's) was the uniform the Wehrmacht would also use during WWII. Watch "All Quiet on the Western Front", and you'll see the new recruits arriving in the new uniform whereas the veterans still use the old one with the spiked helmet.

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sol09 Creator
sol09

Looking forward to mowing these down in no mans land!

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GamingForChange
GamingForChange

the face textures look a little weird and the helmet does need a spike over all the models good but i think it could use a little more detail and the textures need work.

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HounderKnight
HounderKnight

It all depends on which part of the war this will take place in. The Germans introduced their steel helmets (like the one above) in 1916, where before then they had been using the spiked helmets (pickelhauben; leather). But yeah...I agree that face looks weird.

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molle162
molle162

Nice but you should really do a spear thing on the top of the helmet ;)

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SquireJames
SquireJames

As HounderKnight says, post-1916 the Stahlhelm was used. Slightly different to the later WWII M35 model, but far removed from the Picklehaube (the "spikey one" )

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Ssstalker
Ssstalker

didn't germans have spiked helmets?

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HounderKnight
HounderKnight

Didn't you read the previous comments?

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Ssstalker
Ssstalker

No i didn't sorry...

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HounderKnight
HounderKnight

It's cool man, sorry if I came off as an ***.

And to BEF: They introduced steel helmets for the same reason that every other country did; to protect the head from shrapnel.

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BEF
BEF

they got ride of the spiked helmet because it was too weak and didnt keep the dirt from the trenches out of the troops eyes

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Sibelius
Sibelius

he looks sort of like the male_07 model from half life 2, eh?

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Sibelius
Sibelius

and let's please start calling them "pickelhaubes" not "spiked helmets".

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LeutnantA.D.
LeutnantA.D.

I'd also like to see a better version of the belt.
(all german armies had since their Unification in the year 1871 (when the 'Kaiserreich' was proclaimed) a metal buckle with the words 'Gott mit Uns'
printed on it. Would at least like to see a thicker belt with a buckle. (since it'd be too much to ask for the words)

Also the helmet looks quite nice, but I'd like a minimal change considering the length of the part which was responsible for the protection of the neck.
I think it should be slightly longer, since it was originally made this way to protect the neck completly when you lie down and about 80% of it while standing.

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SaintDaveUK
SaintDaveUK

So where's the spiked helmet?

Just kidding. The ignorance of some people is truly unbelievable.

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Padm
Padm

Reatrded face ? XD

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