Wolfenstein: The New Order Summary


Wolfenstein: The New Order Review

The best FPS based on a 33-year-old licence ever?

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Bethesda to host "first-ever E3 Showcase" this year, available online through Twitch

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Get your Pip-boys ready because Bethesda is gearing up for their "first-ever" dedicated press conference at this year's E3 in Los Angeles, California. What's on the agenda for the RPG and shooter outfit? Nobody knows!

Not yet at least, but the coming months should reveal more about Bethesda's plans for E3. An online Twitch stream will be running on the day. Fallout, Elder Scrolls, Wolfenstein, Doom...

No surprises from Bethesda at The Game Awards 2014 this Friday

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Bethesda has just dashed hopes that The Game Awards 2014 would be hosting some of their yet-to-be-revealed gems, like a certain Fallout in the works, or more dabbling with ancient scrolls.

Instead they said their presence is in support of MachineGames, developer of Wolfenstein: The New Order. It's disappointing news indeed, so let's hope others can make up for it.

Wolfenstein: The New Order developer Machine Games "would love to do" a Sequel

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Wolfenstein: The New Order, it's fair to say, was a pretty solid hit. Not Watch Dogs levels of insane sales, perhaps, but successful enough that it could possibly warrant a sequel.

Something that creative director Jens Matthies, speaking to Giant Bomb, says the team at Machine Games "would love to do".

Wolfenstein: The New Order has already been pirated over 100,000 times

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Copyright and file-sharing news site Torrent Freak is reporting that Machine Game's recently released reboot Wolfenstein: The New Order has been pirated over 100,000 times already since its launch last week.

While that hefty 40GB download has indeed put some less patient illegal downloaders off, that doesn't seem to have been the case all round.

Wolfenstein: The New Order comes straight in at number one in UK game chart

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Machine Games' alternate universe Nazi-stomper Wolfenstein: The New Order has come straight in at the top of the UK game charts, kicking FIFA 14 back into second place.

According to chart compilers UKIE, that makes it the second biggest launch of 2014 so far, behind Titanfall. It accounted for a quarter of all entertainment software sold last week. Not bad, Blazkowicz, not bad at all.

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