Screaming Steel: 1914-1918

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Screaming Steel: 1914-1918
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Release Date: Jul 27, 2018
Developer: WWI Source Development Team
Platforms: PC
Genre: First-Person Shooter


Screaming Steel: 1914-1918 is a WW1 mod for Day of Infamy. Its an updated version of the The Trenches and WW1 Source mods of Half-Life. The mod is set on the Western Front of World War I and includes 4 maps (Somme, Passchendaele, Nimy Bridge and Valenciennes). Playable factions are the British Commonwealth (with a British and Canadian squad) and the German Army (which includes the Imperial German Army and the Stosstrupp squad).


The following weapons appear in the video game Screaming Steel: 1914-1918:

Contents


Handguns

Luger P08

The Luger P08 is the standard sidearm for all German classes.

Luger P08 - 9x19mm
A German Offizier holds a "P08 Luger".
Aiming down the sights.
Holding an empty Luger.
Inserting a fresh magazine.
Working the toogle-action.

Artillery Model

The Luger P08 Artillery Model appears as the "Lange Pistole 08" and is a playable sidearm for the Fernmelder class.

Luger LP08 "Artillery" model with the rare Trommelmagazin 08 snail drum magazine compatible with the Bergmann MP18 submachine gun - 9x19mm
Holding the Luger Artillery Model with two hands, unlike the lighter variant.
Aiming down the sights.
Removing the snail drum magazine off-screen.
Rechambering.

Mauser C96

Some German classes can choose the Mauser C96 pistol. Like in Day of Infamy, the mid-reload releases the unspent rounds.

Mauser C96 - 7.63x25mm Mauser
A "C96 Mauser" lies on a table in the German bunker on the map "Somme."
A C96 in the hands of a German soldier.
Aiming down the sights.
Placing the 10-round stripper clip.

Webley Mk. VI

The Webley .455 Mk VI is the standard sidearm for the British Empire and can be equipped with a speed loader and a lanyard.

Webley Mk. IV - .455 Webley
A British officer holds the Webley revolver.
Iron sights of the Mk. VI.
Opening up the Webley.
Bringing up the speedloader.

Webley & Scott Mk. I

The second sidearm for the British faction is the Webley & Scott Mk I which has a faster fire rate than the Webley revolver.

Webley & Scott Mk. I Pistol
Holding the pistol.
The iron sights.
Pushing in a full magazine.
Releasing the slide.

Rifles

Mauser Gewehr 1898

The Mauser Gewehr 1898 is the standard rifle for the German Empire. It can be equipped with a Seitengewehr 98/05 bayonet and stripper clips. The Karabingranate M 1914 is also available for the Schützen class. The Heckenschütze's G98 "Marksman" can be equipped with a Zeiss Glasvisier 16 scope which allows the reloading with stripper clips.

Mauser Gewehr 1898 - 7.92x57mm Mauser
A German Schütze holds his Gewehr 98.
Looking through the Lange Visier.
Inserting a 5-round stripper clip into the chamber.
Mauser Gewehr 1898 fitted with a Zeiss Glasvisier 16 scope - 7.92x57mm Mauser
A G98 with a mounted Glasvisier 16 scope.
Using the scope.
Karabingranate Modell 1914
Loading a Karabingranate into the barrel.
The G98 with the inserted rifle grenade.

Lee-Enfield No.1 Mk.III*

The Lee-Enfield No.1 Mk.III* appears as the "No. I SMLE" and is the standard rifle for the British Empire. It can be equipped with a Pattern 1907 sword bayonet, stripper clips, an Aldis M1916 scope for the Marksman class or No. 2 "Hale" rifle grenades.

Lee-Enfield No.1 Mk.III* - .303 British. This was the main battle rifle of British and Commonwealth forces during the First World War.
The Lee-Enfield in-game. Note the earlier cooking piece and the lack of the magazine cut-off.
The iron sights of the SMLE.
Feeding the chamber with loose rounds.
Sinking in a 5-round stripper clip.
Lee-Enfield No.1 Mk.III with Aldis M1916 scope - .303 British.
A British sniper with his scoped SMLE.
Using the scope.
No. 2 MK. 2 Hand Grenade "Hale." The in-game grenade is used as a rifle grenade and lacks the wooden handle and only has the rod.
About to load in a "Hale" grenade.
The "Hale" grenade's rod is now in the barrel.

Submachine Guns

Bergmann MP18

The Bergmann MP18 appears as "MP 18/I" and is available for the German Sturmmann class.

Bergmann MP18 with 32 round Drum - 9x19mm
Holding the MP18 by its handguard.
Looking the iron sights.
The MP18 without the magazine.
Pulling the charging handle backward.

Shotguns

Browning Auto-5

The Browning Auto-5 is the equivalent to the MP18 for the British Assault class.

Browning Auto-5 - 12 Gauge
Holding the Auto-5.
Aiming.
Chamber-reload.
Loading a snigle round.

Machine Guns

Lewis Gun

The Lewis Gun is the standard light machine gun for the British. It can be equipped with a 97-round magazine, which incorrectly has the same model of the 47-round magazine.

Lewis Gun - .303 British
Holding the Lewis.
Deplayed Lewis.
Aiming.
Removing the magazine...
... and instering a new one.
Mashing the new magazine.
Pulling the charging handle.

Maxim MG 08/15

The standard German machine gun is the Maxim MG08/15.

Maxim MG08/15 - 7.92x57mm Mauser
Carrying the Maxim.
The MG placed on the ground.
Aiming.
Taking away the empty drum Gurttrommel.
Pushing through the ammunition belt and pushing the charging handle at the same time.

Flamethrowers

Wechselapparat M1917

The Wechselapparat M1917 Flamethrower is avaiable for the German Stahlrohrführer class . While you're running, you can hear the fuel sloshing in the tank.

Wechselapparat Wex M1917.
A third-person view of firing the flamethroer.
Holding the Wex.
Lying down some flames.

Hand Grenades

Handnebelbombe

The Handnebelbombe smoke grenade is available for the Offizier class.

Handnebelbombe.
Holding the smoke grenade.
Throwing the grenade.

Mills Bomb

The standard grenade for the BEF is the Mills Bomb.

No. 36M Mk.I "Mills Bomb" High-Explosive Fragmentation hand grenade.
Holding the Mills.
Pulling the pin.

Model 15 Diskushandgranate

The Model 15 Diskushandgranate is an available grenade for the German Empire.

Model 15 Diskushandgranate.
Holding the grenade.
Pulling the pin.

Model 16 Stielhandgranate

The Model 16 Stielhandgranate appears simply as the "Stiehandgranate" and is the standard grenade for the all-German classes. A Geballte Ladung is also available to the Fernmelder class.

Model 16 Stielhandgranate
Holding the stick grenade.
Unscrewing the cap.
A Geballte Ladung in-game.
Reading the bundled charge for a throw.

No. 12

The No. 12 "Hairbrush" Grenade is available for the British. It places the same role as the Geballte Ladung with its massive explosion.

No. 12 "Hairbrush" Grenade.
Holding the grenade.
Priming the "Hairbrush" Grenade.

No. 27

The No. 27 Smoke Grenade is used by the British.

No. 27 smoke grenade
Holding the smoke grenade.
Pulling the pin.

No. 27 Mk. I

The No.27 Mk. I Chemical Incendiary Grenade is used by the British.

No. 27 Mk. I Chemical Incendiary Grenade.
Holding the white phosphor variant.

Other

Ordnance QF 18 Pounder

An Ordnance QF 18 Pounder field gun is seen on the map "Somme."

Ordnance QF 18 Pounder.
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