BPjS indexes Unreal Tournament and Return to Castle Wolfenstein
The Federal Testing Office for Writings Harmful to Young People today put the two popular multiplayer games Unreal Tournament and Return to Castle Wolfenstein on the index. This means that both games can no longer be handed out to minors and no longer advertised.
That Unreal Tournament, after the Game has been on the market for three years now, and has only now been indexed, is related to the fact that the Federal Testing Office for writings harmful to minors can only act upon application. The BPjS now had such a request for both games. The indexing of Return to Castle Wolfenstein currently only refers to the US and UK versions, but the German version is also expected to appear on the index in the next few days. The indexing of Unreal Tournament could probably ensure that the soon-to-be-released successor Unreal Tournament 2 is also indexed shortly after publication, since successors to indexed games, which hardly differ in the game principle, can also be indexed without a request. Counter-Strike (German) is probably one of the last popular multiplayer games that are still freely available.