Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus Reveals Three New Gameplay Videos

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If you were dying to see what the next Wolfenstein game has to offer, you are the lucky one. After their latest trailer, in which you can see a strawberry milkshake episode heading the wrong way, Machine Games has released three new gameplay videos. These showcase different moments in the early game and confirm that while Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus follows the innovative route, the core elements of the series are still there, enhanced by an amazing 4K appearance and a brand new story line.

In the first one, “The Reunion”, we follow William “B.J.” Blazkowicz on the opening mission. He sits on a wheel chair but this does not stop him whatsoever from doing what he does best. The next one, “Rosswell Mission”, delves a tad more into the world of a New Mexico under Nazi rule. This alternative reality based in 1961 offers a thriving world full of propaganda, technological advancements and creepy Kommandants. Last but not least, “Zitadelle Boss Battle” showcases what happens with a robotic boss has you in its sights.

Waiting for Wolfenstein 2

On top of these gameplay snippets, Bethesda Softworks has prepared a comprehensive list of 21 things you should now about this sequel. All in all, another insight batch of one of the most awaited FPS titles from this year.

As a reminder, Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus is arriving to the stores on October 27 for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

If you want to know more about our first impressions on this new Wolfenstein, don’t hesitate to check Forbes Jones’ hands-on review. Are you familiar with the Wolfenstein universe? If so, which game is your favorite and why? Are you looking forward to this new installment? Let us know in the comment section!

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