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The New Order

Europe, 1946. World War II rages across Europe. Where once the Allies pressed advantage, the Nazi forces have turned the tide in dramatic fashion behind the technologically advanced war machine of General Wilhelm Strasse -- Deathshead. When a final Allied assault on Deathshead's compound fails, the Allies’ greatest hope falls with it.

Europe, 1960. The war is over. And the Nazis are triumphant victors. Using unrelenting force and brutal intimidation, the Nazis have brought even the most powerful nations to their knees. The Nazi regime now rules the globe with an iron fist.

You are Captain B.J. Blazkowicz, the American War Hero. After emerging into this world of darkness, you must launch an impossible counter-offensive against the monstrous Nazi regime. Only you dare stand up against an unstoppable army of Nazi robots and hulking Super Soldiers. Only you can stop Deathshead. Only you can rewrite history.


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    Wolfenstein  - ‘House of the Rising Sun’ Launch Trailer

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    Exploring Wolfenstein: The New Order - Stealth vs. Mayhem

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    Wolfenstein - 'Nowhere to Run’ Gameplay Trailer

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    Wolfenstein: ‘BOOM BOOM’ Gameplay Trailer

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    Bethesda Underground: Know Your Devs – MachineGames’ Tommy Tordsson Björk

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    Exploring Wolfenstein: The New Order – On a Train to Berlin

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    Neumond Recordings Presents ‘Neumond Classics’

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      • BJ Blazkowicz

        vitals
        sex: Male
        country (native): USA
        height: 191 cm
        weight: 111 kg
        age: 49

        Trained as a US Army Ranger and subsequently recruited into the OSA, “B.J.” Blazkowicz has spent what seems like a lifetime fighting Nazis on the frontlines. Often acting as a one-man army, Captain Blazkowicz has been introducing all types of Nazis to their maker. It’s what he was born to do.

        1946. With the tides of World War II turning drastically in favor of the Nazi war machine, the desperate allied forces set out to shift back the momentum with one last ditch attempt: an assault on the Deathshead Compound. The operation goes wildly awry, and Captain Blazkowicz ends up in a comatose state on account of a traumatic injury. He somehow survives but lives as an empty shell of his former self in a mental asylum for fourteen years. Until one fateful day in the year 1960…

      • Anya Oliwa

        vitals
        sex: Female
        country (native): Poland
        height: 170 cm
        weight: 58 kg
        age: 37

        Born to Polish doctors and intellectuals, Anya was well on her way to a doctorate in archeology. The war, however, forced her to abandon her academic pursuits. Stepping up to help with the family trade of running a mental asylum, she serves as head nurse and caretaker of the afflicted. Including an unidentified soldier who was picked up at sea, badly injured, by a fishing boat.

        Anya and her parents do what they can to treat their patients, while frequently getting visited by armed Nazi officers, who arrive without notice and leave with random patients in shackles. One day in the year 1960, the Nazis make a final visit—a visit to shut the asylum down and purge the place of its patients.

      • Fergus

        vitals
        sex: Male
        country (native): Scotland
        height: 173 CM
        weight: 62 KG
        age: 53

        Born and raised in the Scottish Highlands, Fergus Reid's childhood was defined by poverty and hardship. Early on, he developed a cynical outlook on life. Sarcasm became a tool finely honed for dealing with the cruelty of fate. At age 16, Fergus found a job at the Glasgow shipyard where he would remain until the depression of the 30's hit Scotland hard and he was made redundant. After years of scraping by, the war broke out and Fergus moved to Perth in central Scotland. There, he trained as an aviation mechanic before an alcohol induced bet got him promoted to airman.

      • Probst Wyatt III

        vitals
        sex: Male
        country (native): USA
        height: 179 CM
        weight: 81 KG
        age: 32

        Wyatt was pursuing a degree in international affairs at Harvard College when he, to his father's dismay, decided to join the war effort. Prompted by his moral conviction and unyielding idealism, Wyatt talked his way into the army air men at the tender age of 17. His father, however, remained deeply disappointed in him. Though his blue-eyed naiveté can be a burden, his positive outlook on life keeps him fighting to right the wrongs of the world.

      • Deathshead

        vitals
        sex: Male
        country (native): Germany
        height: 167 CM
        weight: 48 KG
        age: 100

        General Wilhelm "Deathshead" Strasse, a gifted and devoted researcher, is the head the SS Special Projects Division. Utterly devoid of any moral scruples, the General's experiments in new technology gave the Nazi war machine the edge it needed to win the war and force the world into submission. During the war, Deathshead almost perished in a zeppelin crash. This near death experience gave him a fresh outlook on life and he loves every minute of it.

      • Frau Engel

        vitals
        sex: Female
        country (native): Germany
        height: 168 CM
        weight: 63 KG
        age: 55

        A leading figure behind the Bund Deutscher Mädel (League of German Girls), the girl’s wing of the Nazi party’s youth movement. Frau Engel has dedicated her life to the Nazi cause.

        Having done her duty, raising six Aryan children to serve the Fatherland and exhibiting steadfast loyalty to the Nazi party, she quickly rose up their ranks. Near the end of the war, Frau Engel assumed command of forced labor camp Belica - a dark place where she runs the day to day operations with an iron fist.

        Press

          • Giant Bomb - Listen to 45 minutes of insight into the development of Wolfenstein: The New Order with creative director Jens Matthies.

            Giant Bomb - Listen to 45 minutes of insight into the development of Wolfenstein: The New Order with creative director Jens Matthies.

          • The New York Times - “... one of the very best releases of the year.”

          • Game Revolution (4.5/5) --"Wolfenstein: The New Order is a shining example of how to revitalize an old-school franchise."

            Game Revolution (4.5/5) --"Wolfenstein: The New Order is a shining example of how to revitalize an old-school franchise."

          • Polygon (9/10) — “The New Order’s humanity makes it something truly memorable.”

            Polygon (9/10) — “The New Order’s humanity makes it something truly memorable.”

          • Metro UK (9/10) – “The best Wolfenstein game ever made and one of the best single-player shooters for years...", with a brave attempt to tackle serious issues and still have fun at the same time.”

            Metro UK (9/10) – “The best Wolfenstein game ever made and one of the best single-player shooters for years...", with a brave attempt to tackle serious issues and still have fun at the same time.”

          • Games Radar (8/10) – “An over-the-top shooter with fun action, memorable set-piece moments, and decent characters, Wolfenstein: The New Order successfully transforms an old-school game into a modern experience.”

            Games Radar (8/10) – “An over-the-top shooter with fun action, memorable set-piece moments, and decent characters, Wolfenstein: The New Order successfully transforms an old-school game into a modern experience.”

          • AusGamers (8.7/10) – “Wolfenstein: The New Order is a fantastic blend of old-school tropes and contemporary improvements that warrants a second play-through.”

            AusGamers (8.7/10) – “Wolfenstein: The New Order is a fantastic blend of old-school tropes and contemporary improvements that warrants a second play-through.”

          • CVG (9/10) — “Narrative is intelligently written, brilliantly voiced and highly polished.”

            CVG (9/10) — “Narrative is intelligently written, brilliantly voiced and highly polished.”

          • Shacknews (8/10) – “”Blazkowicz’s return has been a long time coming, but Machine Games has assured that it was worth it.”

            Shacknews (8/10) – “”Blazkowicz’s return has been a long time coming, but Machine Games has assured that it was worth it.”

          • Eurogamer.net - "There's a blend of play types, from dual-wielding sniper rifles to tip-toeing through hospitals, which help introduce a variety of textures to a resolutely single-player experience..."

            Eurogamer.net - "There's a blend of play types, from dual-wielding sniper rifles to tip-toeing through hospitals, which help introduce a variety of textures to a resolutely single-player experience..."

          • GamesRadar - "With the release of Wolfenstein: The New Order mere weeks away, we decided to take this opportunity to look back at how the franchise has grown and evolved in a visual sense."

            GamesRadar - "With the release of Wolfenstein: The New Order mere weeks away, we decided to take this opportunity to look back at how the franchise has grown and evolved in a visual sense."

          • Ars Technica -- A blend of the satisfying old and the terrifying new.

            Ars Technica -- A blend of the satisfying old and the terrifying new.

          • GamesRadar - Should everything come together as hoped, we just might be looking at the first surprise hit of 2014. r

            GamesRadar - Should everything come together as hoped, we just might be looking at the first surprise hit of 2014. r

          • IGN -- "After three hours with Wolfenstein, I feel comfortable saying this: It seems like a solid shooter with lots of action and fun stealth mechanics." 

            IGN -- "After three hours with Wolfenstein, I feel comfortable saying this: It seems like a solid shooter with lots of action and fun stealth mechanics." 

          • Eurogamer -- For all of its cinematic pretensions and storytelling, though, Wolfenstein: The New Order's still a game about shooting Nazis in the face, and that's something it's exceptionally good at.

            Eurogamer -- For all of its cinematic pretensions and storytelling, though, Wolfenstein: The New Order's still a game about shooting Nazis in the face, and that's something it's exceptionally good at.

          • GamesRadar - "It's one thing to make a retro-style FPS, but it's another to successfully merge what made old first-person shooters so challenging with everything that makes us love the current state of the genre. Sign us up."

            GamesRadar - "It's one thing to make a retro-style FPS, but it's another to successfully merge what made old first-person shooters so challenging with everything that makes us love the current state of the genre. Sign us up."

          • GameFront - “Mixing tragedy with triumph and making a variety of gameplay styles and mechanics all viable options could make Wolfenstein: The New Order a standout among shooters.”

            GameFront - “Mixing tragedy with triumph and making a variety of gameplay styles and mechanics all viable options could make Wolfenstein: The New Order a standout among shooters.”

          • PlayStation Blog - Our recent hands-on experiences with the PS4 version pointed to an invigoratingly confident single-player shooter of a distinctly different breed. Case in point: Original FPS hero B.J. Blazkowicz goes to battle with 100 health, which you’ll top off by collecting medkits and gorging on food scattered throughout levels. This traditional damage model...

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            PlayStation Blog - Our recent hands-on experiences with the PS4 version pointed to an invigoratingly confident single-player shooter of a distinctly different breed. Case in point: Original FPS hero B.J. Blazkowicz goes to battle with 100 health, which you’ll top off by collecting medkits and gorging on food scattered throughout levels. This traditional damage model combines with modern-day visuals, a surprisingly satisfying story, and strong character progression to create a unique and refreshing take on the genre. Old meets new, but in the best of ways.

          • VG247 - "Wolfenstein: The New Order is savage and shocking, yet at its dark core exists a slick and enjoyable shooter."

            VG247 - "Wolfenstein: The New Order is savage and shocking, yet at its dark core exists a slick and enjoyable shooter."

          • Xbox 360 Achievements - "A barnstorming demo, MachineGames has left us in no doubt that Wolfenstein: The New Order is a hot prospect, controlling like a dream and boasting a number of memorable story beats reminiscent of the best Starbreeze has offered in the past"

            Xbox 360 Achievements - "A barnstorming demo, MachineGames has left us in no doubt that Wolfenstein: The New Order is a hot prospect, controlling like a dream and boasting a number of memorable story beats reminiscent of the best Starbreeze has offered in the past"

          • GamesRadar - "Based on today’s playthrough, The New Order could be the most genuine, most satisfying follow-up the original games have ever had. It looks, sounds and feels completely modern, but the staunch dedication to creating fast, smooth, brutal fun on a moment-to-moment basis resurrects Wolfenstein’s spirit as efficiently as its occult Nazis resurrect their own dead."

            GamesRadar - "Based on today’s playthrough, The New Order could be the most genuine, most satisfying follow-up the original games have ever had. It looks, sounds and feels completely modern, but the staunch dedication to creating fast, smooth, brutal fun on a moment-to-moment basis resurrects Wolfenstein’s spirit as efficiently as its occult Nazis resurrect their own dead."

          • Gamespot - A lot of different elements pulling together to make The New Order's campaign rich with variety, excitement and intrigue.

            Gamespot - A lot of different elements pulling together to make The New Order's campaign rich with variety, excitement and intrigue.

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