Nazi-slaying requires special consideration when it comes to game controls, obviously.
Bring your Nazi-slayin' squad everywhere you go.
The second chapter of the Freedom Chronicles DLC is out today and encourages Wolfenstein II players to hunt down Nazis from the shadows.
In a year filled with stories about resistance, one game stood above the rest and that's Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus.
Nothing scratched that shooter itch quite like Terror-Billy in 2017. Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus is the Shacknews Best FPS of 2017!
On the fence as to whether to partake in Bethesda and MachineGames' romp through alternate history? Wolfenstein II now has a free trial to help make the choice easier.
Blazkowicz's story may be done for now, but he wasn't the only one taking the fight to the Nazis. Bethesda is getting ready to tell their tales.
MachineGames shooter gets some early tweaks.
Get back to nailgunning nazis faster.
Wolfenstein 2 devs are concerned with killing Nazis, not killing linear single-player games.
Is your PC up to the challenge?
The latest and greatest hype video for Wolfestein II: The New Colossus features B.J. and his team of patriots kicking Nazi ass.
Pete Hines made Wolfenstein II's anti-Nazi stance abundantly clear in a recent interview with GamesIndustry.biz.
Blazkowicz's next step in fighting the Nazis involves a trip to New Orleans, as Shacknews goes hands-on with the upcoming Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus.
Go back to hell anytime, anywhere this holiday.
What would a superhero look like in a Nazi-controlled United States? Now we know.
Bethesda's take on Nazi state-run TV lets us know that chocolate is an indulgence they won't allow.
Three different videos from different parts of the game offer more than 51 minutes of story, running and gunning.
The New Colossus will get three pieces of DLC (and an Episode Zero if you pre-order).
B.J. Blazkowicz is coming back to the upcoming Wolfenstein sequel bigger and badder than ever. But he doesn't start off that way in the Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus demo and, honestly, there's something cool about that. Shacknews goes hands-on.