Return to Castle Wolfenstein in Wolfenstein: The Old Blood, a standalone prequel to The New Order.
Wolfenstein: The New Order
The developer of Wolfenstein: The New Order wants to launch a sequel and bring about even more change to its take on BJ Blazkowicz's over-the-top, nazi-slaying escapades.
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The studio that crafted B.J. Blazkowicz's latest Nazi-slaying crusade is dying to work on its sequel.
Nearly 22 years after his original MS-DOS debut in Wolfenstein 3D, William "BJ" Blazkowicz is back again killing as many Nazis as he can. No matter how many changes have struck the first-person shooter genre, you can always count on BJ to be eager to grab a superpowered gun and stop the Third Reich the only way he knows how, with a plethora of bullets.
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The final pre-release trailer for Wolfenstein: The New Order takes us through its over-the-top story and reminds us why B.J. Blazkowicz will always be awesome.
Explore two different approaches to combat in Wolfenstein: The New Order with this 'Stealth vs. Mayhem' video.
Wolfenstein: The New Order is definitely a bright and shiny new package, but it very much feels like more of the same.