After regaining consciousness following an injury sustained in World War II, an American soldier awakens to a Nazi dominated world in the 1960s.
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Camp Prisoner (voice)
Malcolm Andreasson ...
Enemy Soldier (voice)
Frida Axelsson ...
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Anya Oliwa (voice)
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Camp Prisoner (voice)
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Wolfgang Berger ...
Enemy Soldier (voice)
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Michael Bideller ...
London Monitor (voice)
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Tilman Borck ...
The Knife (voice)
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Allied Pilot (voice)
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J (voice)
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Bobby Bram (voice)
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After regaining consciousness following an injury sustained in World War II, an American soldier awakens to a Nazi dominated world in the 1960s.

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Trivia

In the Kreisau Circle HQ, you can see a wooden board with the letters, "IDKFA". This is an old and famous cheat code for Wolfenstein's sister game Doom which will give you all of the weapons in the game as well as all keys, full ammo, and armor. See more »

Goofs

When Fredrich Keller was captured by B.J., he was seen in the garage strapped to the chair he was in, but he was able to get up and stab B.J. with a screwdriver. But when the next scene comes in, Keller is again strapped to the chair. See more »

Quotes

Wilhelm 'Deathshead' Strasse: [while fighting B.J] Die, Allied Schweinehund!
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Crazy Credits

At the end of the credits, the sound of helicopter rotors can be heard. See more »

Connections

Follows Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory (2003) See more »

Soundtracks

Ich Bin Überall
Written by Naren Rauch at COPILOT Music and Sound
Performed by COPILOT
Produced and mixed by Naren Rauch at COPILOT
Recorded at Naren's Studio (LA) and Karostar Studios (Hamburg)
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A fun game to play
6 December 2014 | by (a review) – See all my reviews

Nazi vs bland main hero.

Okay so basically what you do throw out this game is going around kill many Nazis as possible and I enjoy that part of the game.

The main hero of the game is just uninteresting and pretty bland. I loved the gritty and cold start to this game but when you reach to the ending of the game you lose that gritters and coldness.

The graphs looks pretty good if I have to say and the game-play is a lot of fun.

Overall Wolfenstein: The New Order is fun game to play, it dose have it's problems but name a game that doesn't have problems in it.


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