Wolfenstein II The New Colossus Deluxe Edition is the deluxe version of one of the oldest shooters and all or referent of the genre FPS. This version incorporates: The original game for Steam in key format and the Season Pass, which will give us access to all the extra content and DLCs that are released for the title. Wolfenstein II The New Colossus has been created with the powerful, industry-leading id Tech® 6 graphics engine that will put us in a Nazi-controlled America on a mission to recruit the boldest resistance leaders left.
Fighting the Nazis in emblematic places in the United States, equipping an arsenal of firearms and unleashing new skills to make your way through the legions of Nazi soldiers in this first-rate SPF.
BJ’s latest adventure is a wondrous exercise in how to tell a story, how to write a script, and how to shape characters that feel both human and superhuman simultaneously. It really is amazing that a big budget game like this got made at all. Thank goodness MachineGames got the chance – it’s one of this decade’s best.
MachineGames does it again - The New Order was terrific, and The New Colossus is pretty much the same level. The new Wolfenstein appeared in 2014 out of nowhere and became one of the best shooters ever. The sequel is very similar even though the "wow factor" isn't as evident. It is a joy to play such a big and well-made game that focuses only on single player. Bravo!
Shooter of the year! It plays great, looks spectacular and sounds amazing. What’s more, despite an apparent lack of seriousness it’s not afraid to bring up difficult subjects, mixing comedy and tragedy in a stunning way. It’s a ridiculously good game. [13/2017, p.30]
Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus is one of the best first person shooter games so far and living proof that single player games are still alive and well.
Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus is a very good solo FPS (which is already a rarity in the current game market) with a good story and a great sense of humor peppered by intense gunfights.
I’m torn between calling Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus brave or merely unexpected. The core of The New Colossus remains as good as, and largely unchanged from, the earlier game. It’s great, explosive, and violent. The other half, so to speak, the heavy emphasis on story doesn’t drive the FPS experience so much as shift your focus into directions that FPS games don’t normally go. That’s not to say that FPS games don’t tell a story or even a complex story (Bioshock told an incredibly involved story and even explored the extrapolation of a Randian economics as a political movement), but they rarely (AFAIK never) attempt to tell a story so full of sadness and self-examination. The two parts sometimes fit well, sometimes less than well, and I think individual gamers will react very differently to the result.
Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus takes The New Order and multiplies everything tenfold (especially the silliness and the amount of cut-scenes) when it should just take the original and carefully build upon its foundation, smoothing its rough edges and offering the very best Wolfenstein game ever. The result is a FPS that's fun, but also one that doesn't really know what it wants to be.
October 24, 2017
Bethesda publishes the PC specs for Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus.
October 19, 2017
Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus presents its own clothing line. Read more
September 20, 2017
Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus presents a new trailer. Watch video
July 27, 2017
Bethesda unveils the content of the Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus' Season Pass. Read more