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Wolfenstein: The Old Blood gameplay trailer

proof Killing Nazis should be everyone’s time-travel fantasy
Dulani Wilson 9th May, 2015 Gaming
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wolfenstein: old blood. part one. Bethesda Softworks. the action pixel. @theactionpixelAh, Nazis. Worthy of killing and narratives stooped in history and fantasy. And if you enjoyed putting lead in the Nazis in the 2014 Bethesda Softworks’ FPS Wolfenstein: The New Order , you will probably being doing the world a favour by going back in time to kill more of them in Wolfenstein: The Old Blood.

wolfenstein: old blood. part one. Bethesda Works. the action pixel. @theactionpixelWolfenstein: The Old Blood. is set to be a prequel to Wolfenstein: The New Order , so you, playing as hero BJ Blazkowicz will be trying to end the Nazi blight in the year 1946 by trying to infiltrate the Wolfenstein castle. Of course if it was something as simple as knocking on the front door, it wouldn’t promise to be an intense FPS, would it?

Description reads:

The Year is 1946. Your mission: infiltrate Castle Wolfenstein and retrieve the coordinates to General Deathshead’s compound. Watch the official gameplay launch trailer for Wolfenstein: The Old Blood

Part one of Wolfenstein: The Old Blood – Rudi Jäger and the Den of Wolves — pits BJ Blazkowicz against a maniacal prison warden as he breaks into Castle Wolfenstein in an attempt to steal the coordinates to General Deathshead’s compound. In part two – The Dark Secrets of Helga Von Schabbs – our hero’s search for the coordinates leads him to the city of Wulfburg where an obsessed Nazi archaeologist is exhuming mysterious artifacts that threaten to unleash a dark and ancient power.

See the Wolfenstein: The Old Blood gameplay trailer in the player below:

 

Wolfenstein: The Old Blood is available digitally on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC from May 5th 2015

 

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