Wolfenstein: The New Order Latest News
In a recent interview with TwoLeftSticks, actor Brain Bloom who voices the Wolfenstein series protagonist B.J Blazkowicz hinted that a new Wolfenstein game was in the works. The reboot of the Wolfenstein franchise has been met with great success for Bethesda as Wolfenstein: New Order was critically acclaimed worldwide.
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Actress Alicja Bachleda-Curus, who played ex-nurse and resistance member Anya Oliwa in' excellent Wolfenstein: The New Order, let slip in a video interview that she is set to work on a sequel to the alternate history shooter.
She didn't specifically mention thename, but according to Gamepressure she said that she has played previous entries in the series and enjoyed shooting Hitler. Which sort of narrows things down a bit.
Publisher Bethesdaa short Vine teaser for Machine Games' upcoming standalone expansion Wolfenstein: The Old Blood, hinting that some good old Nazi zombies will be making an appearance.
Nazi zombies, if , becoming prevalent in video games than your regular vanilla zombies. It's a good thing shooting them into pieces is generally a lot of fun.
Did you like Wolfenstein: New Order,excellent reboot of the venerable shooter franchise? You should have done, because it was brilliant, one of the best games of last year.
Which is why the Swedish studio's announcement today that they're releasing a standalone prequel has me so excited. Wolfenstein: The Old Blood will launch on May 5 for $20, and it takes hero BJ Blazkowicz back to the iconic Castle Wolfenstein.