Posting on their board, id warn that Activision's lawyers are "taking this matter very seriously." The build was not "final or consumer ready," nothing they can do except keep working.
"It was brought to our attention on Friday, 7/31 that a build of the Wolfenstein Multiplayer was leaked and is now being distributed illegally through breach of NDA and mirrors posted on the internet. I must warn anyone involved that Activision’s legal department is taking this matter very seriously," id's community manager.
"Same applies here on the forums. If you mention that you have acquired this build, you are openly admitting to illegally obtaining the build and will be banned straight away. You have been warned."
"With regards to any footage, screenshots and comments posted here and all over the internet, an important thing to keep in mind is that these were not created from a build of the game that was final or consumer ready. There’s nothing we can do about it now except continue working on the game."
"Wolfenstein has been designed to retain elements that are the core of the Wolfenstein multiplayer experience, such as distinct classes and objective-based teamplay. We are also introducing new elements to the game with the Veil powers and persistent upgrades," they continued.
"After release we’ll make our SDK available, as well as release updates to address feedback from the competitive community."
Piracy strikes again giving the PC gaming community yet more bad rep to try and work off. Wolfenstein is being released on Xbox 360, PS3 and PC this August 21st in Europe.