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Wolfenstein 2 'Freedom Chronicles' DLC Missions Follow the Resistance

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.


Those who have played through Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus may think their mission to destroy Nazis is finished. It is most definitely not. While Blazkowicz's story may be a self-contained tale, Bethesda and MachineGames is remembering the other key figures in the resistance. Those are the people getting spotlighted in Wolfenstein II's post-release chapters, collectively called The Freedom Chronicles.

Anyone who pre-ordered Wolfenstein II already has the opening DLC gambit, simply called Episode Zero. This is a single mission that first introduces Joseph Stallion, Jessica Valiant, and Gerald Wilkins. They're tearing the through the American Territories, while also tearing through Nazi scum.

The other DLC packs include:

  • The Adventures of Gunslinger Joe: Take out even more Nazis as Joseph Stallion, as players explore his journey from Chicago all the way through deep space. These missions arrive on December 14.
  • The Diaries of Agent Silent Death: There's a dangerous fact-finding mission afoot, which means it's time to take on the role of former OSS agent Jessica Valiant. Her mission takes her to California, as she looks to unlock the secrets of Operation San Andreas. Her mission begins on January 30.
  • The Amazing Deeds of Captain Wilkins: It isn't just the continental United States under siege. Army Captain Gerald Wilkins' mission takes him up north to Alaska, where he must learn about Operation Black Sun and put a stop to it. His mission begins sometime in March.

While these missions can be purchased separately, there's also a full Season Pass that's going for $24.99. As for anyone who hasn't finished the main story, perhaps you'll need some key tips from our Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus guide.

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