The Da'at Yichud Power Suit is a piece of ancient technology manufactured by the society known as the Da'at Yichud. It is only seen in the game Wolfenstein: The New Order and Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus.
Wolfenstein: The New OrderEdit
The suit was first seen after the capture of the Eva's Hammer. Upon entering the Da'at Yichud vault with B.J. Blazkowicz and Set Roth, either Probst Wyatt III or Fergus Reid are seen in the cutscene trying on the suit. Instead, B.J. orders that the suit be given to Caroline Becker, due to her crippled state.
Afterwards, the power suit isn't seen until B.J. is ambushed by 2 Guard Robots in the Kreisau hideout's hangar, when Caroline singlehandedly destroys the robots while wearing the suit.
Wolfenstein: The New Colossus Edit
Now, the suit is used by BJ to cope with his injuries and enhance his combat abilities against the Nazis. Though initially used by Caroline Becker, she is later killed by Irene Engel after the assault on the Eva's Hammer. The Da'at Yichud Suit was later confiscated and, presumably, destroyed when BJ fell from a significant height after destroying the claws of the Ausmerzer holding up the Blazkowicz farmhouse.
- Fergus Reid (Determinate) - Briefly, The New Order
- Probst Wyatt III (Determinate) - Briefly, The New Order
- Caroline Becker (Deceased) - The New Order, The New Colossus
- William J. Blazkowicz (Formerly) - The New Colossus
The Power Suit is shown to be a powerful armoured exoskeleton that is linked with the wearer's central nervous system in order for it to be controlled neurally. It is also designed to increase the natural strength of the wearer, allowing them to perform super-human feats. Due to its neural interface it can enable someone previously paralysed to walk again or allow the injured to function properly. It is also designed with a helmet that retracts at the will of the wearer and will fit males and females alike.
The suit is powerful enough to enable the user to effortlessly leap high into the air, smash through robots with a single blow and tear a human being in half. The suit also provides a degree of protection against gunfire, shown when B.J. activated the suit's helmet to protect himself from being shot in the head at point-blank range by Super Spesh. However, this power and protection comes with a very minor price. It is noted by B.J. that the suit is noticeably tight, itchy, and does not regulate body heat very well.
- The helmet of the power suit resembles the head of the Asgardian Destroyer from Marvel's Thor Comics.