In the fictional version of the 1960s that Wolfenstein: The New Order presents, the Nazi regime remains as both a dangerous power and an absolute threat. To stop them from continuing their evil and sadistic ways, players must take control of B.J. Blazkowicz, and use whatever means become necessary, be it guns, explosives, advanced technology or (seemingly) even mechsuits.
Below, you’ll find the game’s brand new trailer, which is appropriately titled Nowhere to Run. During its visceral, action-packed and thoroughly entertaining run time, characters and plot elements are introduced alongside intense gameplay sequences. To say what’s presented looks good would be an understatement.
Wolfenstein: The New Order sets itself up as an alternate reality-based shooter, wherein the Nazis have survived after winning World War II with advanced technology. As such, it has the potential for some very interesting plot lines which we are extremely eager to explore. »
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