Machine Games will make up a fully worked-out Wolfenstein trilogy

Machine Games introduced the second version in Wolfenstein series, Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus, which leads players to the United States after the German army won World War II. The creative director of the game, Jens Matthies, confirmed the Machine Games plan to complete the Wolfenstein trilogy. Machine Games are clearly confident of announcing their commitment to a Wolfenstein trilogy before even the sequel is released, perhaps even to say that a trilogy has been planned since its inception.

Wolfenstein: The New Order – the first part of the trio opens up a surprising scene, and makes the player curious about what will eventually appear.

For newcomers to the Wolfenstein series, the perception of The New Colossus is not an end that is nothing new. But with loyal fans who have known Wolfenstein since the early years of his life, it would have felt a bit … brain-damaging when Machine Games said it would make a Wolfenstein trilogy. Indeed Wolfenstein: The New Order is a sequel to Wolfenstein released in 2009 by Raven Software which is basically a sequel to Return to Castle Wolfenstein in 2001, and Return to Castle Wolfenstein is remakes of the 1992 Wolfenstein 3D game. All of them have a strange relationship with each other. In addition, Machine Games has also posted an introductory video of Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus. Many members of the development team have come together to record this video, and discussed tactics as well as various weapons that BJ Blazkowicz can use in the game. As the name “Gunning for Freedom,” players are free to choose a gameplay. But no matter which strategy is chosen, the developer also ensures the results to bring death to the fascists.

Of course, no matter which direction a player chooses in Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus, they are provided with a large amount of weapons and firepower to complete the task. And Machine Games solved the dual weapons feature in the game, allowing players to hold any weapon at the same time, whether it was one on either side of the weapon and near range weapons, or one Shotgun on both hands. And one more thing to look forward from The New Colossus is a whole new level of violence, with the addition of the ax. By using axes, players will have a much more enjoyable experience in defeating enemies. Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus is scheduled to launch on October 27, 2017.

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