Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus Three New Official Gameplay Videos

Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus has the three new videos, with almost an hour of footage. All three of them were made with a developer playthrough, featuring the opening mission, Roswell, New Mexico, and the Zitadelle boss battle.

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Wolfenstein II The New Colossus Three New Gameplay Videos With Almost an Hour of Footage
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The Reunion is the first out of three gameplay videos. It takes place at the start of the game; it’s the first mission, when BJ Blazkowicz wakes up in a room. This scene ties into 2014’s Wolfenstein: The New Order. It is a tutorial mission, where BJ tries to escape. The odds are not great, but they never are.

The second and the longest gameplay video features a mission in Roswell, New Mexico. You might remember a part from this video, as it was shown as a cutscene in the E3 2017 trailer. The full scene, featuring a Nazi commander walking into a dine,r was shown in the Strawberry Milkshake trailer. This is where we meet Super Spesh, one of the new characters. Although the year is 1961, multiple drones can be spotted at the start, showing that Nazis have access to futuristic technology. This twenty-five minute video shows almost everything there is, including what can be found in Roswell, such as the secret base in Area 52.

At the end of the mission that took part in the previous video, we come in contact with Zitadelee. This epic boss battle ends up a bit short if you know what you are doing. It felt like cheating with developers playing. Although the shortest, this trailer felt like the most interesting one, if we exclude the start in Roswell.

Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus will be available starting October 27, 2017 for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The standard edition will cost $60. The preorder bonus & season pass were detailed several days ago, including the Episode Zero Day One bonus and three more short stories.

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