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Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus
Developer(s) MachineGames
Publisher(s) Bethesda Softworks
Distributor(s) Microsoft Windows PlayStation 4Xbox One
Engine id Tech 6
Platform(s) Microsoft Windows
PlayStation 4
Xbox One
Nintendo Switch
Release date(s) October 27, 2017 - PC, PS4, XBONE

2018 - Nintendo Switch

Price(s) $59.99 / £34.99 / 59.99€
Genre(s) First-person shooter, action adventure
Mode(s) Single player
Rating(s) ESRB: M(Mature)
Available stores Steam Store
PlayStation Store

Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus is the eleventh installment of the Wolfenstein series and a sequel to the 2014's Wolfenstein: The New Order, developed by MachineGames and published by Bethesda Softworks. The games uses Id Software's newest game engine id Tech 6. The game will be released on October 27, 2017 for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Microsoft Windows. And in 2018 for the Nintendo Switch.

Announcement Edit

The game first leaked on Amazon Germany website titled as Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus. A couple of days later it was announced on the 11th of June on E3 2017 at Bethesda Softworks' Conference. At the conference, Bethesda published an 8 minute video premiering the game.

Gameplay Edit

The gameplay of The New Colossus is set to be similar to Wolfenstein: The New Order. However, the environments and some elements of how you interact with them will be entirely different. New weapons are introduced and many of them will be possible to dual-wield independently (such as a pistol and a shotgun). Several new game mechanics appear to have been introduced as well, such as Blazkowicz being injured and bound to a wheelchair in the beginning of the game, as well as wielding the Da'at Yichud armoured suit featured briefly in the previous installment. Gameplay trailers also depict the ability to ride Panzerhunde in The New Colossus.

Plot Edit

In 1961, After his fight with Wilhelm "Deathshead" Strasse, William J. Blazkowicz is severely injured and resting at Eva's Hammer, the U-Boat that BJ had stolen for the Kreisau Circle. After he awakes in initially rather poor condition, soon recovering as he continues the fight against the Nazis to ignite the second American Revolution. For this goal, he must regroup with a local resistance group and fight the Nazis in iconic American locations while using technological weapons such as the LaserKraftWerk and Dieselkraftwerk to reawaken the sleeping giant that gained independence in 1776.

Campaign Edit

Characters Edit

Main Edit

Third Reich Edit

Secondary Enemy Edit

Enemies Edit

Reich Army Edit

  • Waffen SS
  • Black Guard
  • Marksman
  • Heavy Soldier
    • Environment Heavy Soldier
  • Environment Soldier
  • Raumwaffe(The Adventures of Gunslinger Joe Campaign Only)
  • Commander
    • SS Commander
    • Environment Commander
  • Reich Scientist
  • Veil Specialist (Temporary, The Amazing Deeds of Captain Wilkins Campaign Only)

Cybrid Edit

  • Super Soldier 1961
  • Doberman Kampfhund

Vehicle & Mechanic Edit

  • WESPE Drone 1961
  • Panzerhund 1961
  • Luftwaffe Ausmerzer
  • Luftwaffe Airship
  • Android UberSoldat
  • Heavy Robot 1961
  • Horten Ho 229
  • Monocycle
  • Railway Turret

Bio-Weapon Edit

  • Kroko-Ente(Temporary)

Monsters of Black Sun Dimension(The Amazing Deeds of Captain Wilkins Campaign Only) Edit

Coming Soon...

Boss Edit

Coming Soon...

Weapons Edit

Items Edit

  • Battle Walker
  • Ram Shackles
  • Constrictor Harness
  • Thule Medallion (Temporary, The Amazing Deeds of Captain Wilkins Campaign Only)

Downloadable ContentEdit

The game will have four DLC packs. All four packs will be included in the game's season pass. The packs are as follows:[1]


Work began on the game's script in 2014, right after the release of The New Order. The game was switched to a new engine (Id Tech 6), as the original had been based in a time of transition from the 7th to 8th console generations. Multiplayer was considered, but it was felt that the development team would work best on a single aspect of gameplay (in this case, singleplayer). Mick Gordon and Martin Stig Andersen composed music for the game, Gordon for Resistance themes, and Andersen for Nazi music. The PC was the primary testing platform for the game.[2]

Videos Edit

References Edit

  1. Whitaker, Ron (July 28, 2017). Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus Season Pass and Pre-order DLC Revealed. The Escapist. Retrieved on July 30, 2017
  2. 2017-10-09, Wolfenstein 2's Nazis-In-America Story Is "Strangely Topical," Director Says. GameSpot, accessed on 2017-10-10

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