In 1944, a team of Commandos led by Captain Tom Wilson trekked through the dawn-lit Bialowieza Forest in Poland. The forest was quiet, but it felt like they were being watched by a presence in the woods. Their mission was the extraction of a Polish scientist, a specialist in eugenics and a guest of ruthless Gruppenfuhrer Seigfried Klebb.
As the Commandos marched, they took note of their surroundings, measuring each step and watching for the enemy. And yet, none of them saw the yellow eyes staring out from among the trees, as the stillness was broken by the howling of wolves echoing through the forest.