When Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus launches next month, players will once again take on the role of BJ Blazkowicz in his never-ending quest to rid the world of Nazis. And as the game's latest trailer reminds us, the game will be earning its Mature rating for good reason.
Nazis are the perfect video game enemy because they have zero redeeming qualities. It's something the Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus development team at Machine Games knows and the marketing department at publisher Bethesda Softworks is keen to capitalize on, especially given the current political climate. Show More Summary
A new trailer hit the airwaves today for Bethesda's first-person shooter sequel Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus. It looks like absolute, wanton, gun-toting carnage.All-American John Cena-type B.J. Blazkowicz is back in action, teaming...Show More Summary
The Nazis have taken over America. They've turned Manhattan into a wasteland. They’ve walled off New Orleans and are systematically purging the city, burning people and homes to the ground. And they brazenly walk the streets of small-town...Show More Summary
You'll need to use every weapon in your arsenal to take down the Nazi invaders.
Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus declares "No More Nazies" with its bloody new gameplay trailer. Bethesda has outed another trailer for Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus, showing off some of the game's absurdly violent gameplay alongside a bit of exposition....
The new gameplay trailer of Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus released today by Bethresda shows BJ Blazkowicz and the Resistance rise up to strike fear in the nazis. The game will release on October 27.
It’s time for BJ to round up members of the Resistance in Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus, and to say they are a motley band of characters would be an understatement. This new Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus video takes look at some of the revolutionaries BJ will recruit to fight the Nazi oppressors. In […]
Sony has aired new PlayStation 4 Pro footage of the Shadow of the Colossus remake, due 2018. The words "images captured from a PS4 Pro system" appear at the start of the trailer, as the boy Wander and his horse Agro emerge into the game's wider open world. Show More Summary
Bethesda Softworks will release Doom for Switch this holiday and Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus for Switch in 2018, the company announced. Check Out the Doom and Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus for Switch Reveal Video: Here’s an overview of each game: About Doom (via Nintendo.com) Developed by id software, the studio that pioneered the...
Coming from a GamesMaster interview with MachineGames’ Creative Director Jens Matthies... “We were happy with how the first game felt. But we switched engines, so we rebuilt every system including AI and player movement. It still feels like Wolf, but there’s tons of new stuff happening. Show More Summary
Much of the marketing for the Nintendo Switch has been around a family-friendly image, but that’s not the case with two new confirmed titles: Doom and Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus. Both are from Bethesda, which is turning into one of the biggest supporters of the console. Show More Summary
Plus, Nintendo's Arcade Archives retro classics, red JoyCon, and a Pokemon-themed 2DS.
You didn't think Skyrim was the only big-name Bethesda game coming to Nintendo Switch, did you? Doom and Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus were both confirmed as being in development for the home console/handheld hybrid today during a Nintendo Direct presentation, and they're coming sooner than you think
We already knew that Bethesda is supporting the Nintendo Switch with The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, launching in November. And now it is also launching Doom (the new reboot) and Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus on Nintendo’s newest video game console. Nintendo announced the new games as part of its Nintendo Direct online event today. […]
First-person shooter fans won't just have to settle for playing last year's hit Doom on their Switch. During today's Nintendo Direct, the company revealed that its flagship console is getting the upcoming Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus, though Switch players will have to wait until 2018, long after it launches on other systems next month. Source: Nintendo Direct (YouTube)
Bethesda's double whammy of resuscitated id Software IPs, Doom and Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus, are coming to Switch. Revealed moments ago in a Nintendo Direct livestream, Doom is planned for this "holiday" season, while Wolfenstein 2 is slated for sometime next year. Show More Summary
So, this is pretty cool right? Bethesda's Doom is coming to Nintendo Switch later this holiday, while Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus is hitting the system sometime in 2018! There may be a noticeable graphical downgrade, but the idea of playing Doom of the go just sounds way too sweet to pass up.