After regaining consciousness following an injury sustained in World War II, legendary American commando, B.J. Blazkowicz, awakens from coma in a dystopian Nazi dominated world of 1960s. He tries to locate the remnants of the resistance.
20 May 2014 (USA)
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Wolfenstein: The New Order
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Did You Know?
Two teams were simultaneously working on the game. One team worked on the uncensored version, while the other worked on a censored version for the German market. The second team was instructed to make sure that the game was free from any reference to Nazi Germany and unconstitutional symbols. The reason was that in the German version of Wolfenstein
(2009), a small swastika was missed out, which lead to the game being pulled from stores and being ultimately banned. See more
In the first stage of the game (which takes place in 1946), the Allies were using B-17 bombers, even though the B-17 was officially replaced by the B-29 two years earlier. See more
[as a wounded B.J. crawls to safety
Blazko? Do you read? Am I clear to fire?
William 'B.J' Blazkowicz
[cut to credits
At the end of the credits, the sound of helicopter rotors can be heard. See more
German version was modified to remove all Nazi references (e.g. all Swastikas were removed, the Third Reich became The Regime). See more
Ich Bin Überall
Written by Naren Rauch
at COPILOT Music and Sound
Performed by COPILOT
Produced and mixed by Naren Rauch
Recorded at Naren's Studio (LA) and Karostar Studios (Hamburg) See more