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'Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus' Trailer Shows Off Brutal Combat

The launch of Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus inches ever closer, and Machine Games gave fans another preview of its gameplay with a new trailer.

The video, titled “No More Nazis,” shows the evil troops parading through small towns throughout the United States. Metropolitan areas, such as New Orleans and Manhattan, are razed to the ground. American citizens are slowly embracing the Nazi presence, but B.J. Blazkowicz and his crew refuse to surrender. With a vast array of weapons at your disposal, you can take out the Nazis with a variety of weapons.

You can watch the trailer below. Fair warning: it contains a sexually explicit scene, so you probably shouldn't watch it while you're at work. (The, ahem, "adult" portion runs from around 1:43 to 1:53. The rest of the video, though riddled with graphic violence, should be safe for work.)

In some cases, you’ll just have one weapon to use in a fight. However, the trailer showed that in the more intense parts of combat, wielding two firearms is the better choice. You can use two grenade launchers for a more explosive set of firepower or you can weaken foes from afar with an assault rifle and finish them off at close range with a shotgun. You can also use experimental weapons to wipe out your foes. The footage showed a massive energy weapon evaporating enemies with a steady beam of light.

We’re bound to get more gameplay footage before the October 27 release date. In the meantime, you can check out our impressions from an early demo, which also includes additional gameplay footage.

NameWolfenstein II: The New Colossus
TypeFirst-person shooter, action
DeveloperMachine Games
PublisherBethesda Softworks
PlatformsPC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One
Where To BuySteamPlayStation StoreXbox StoreAmazonBest BuyTargetWalmartGameStop
Release DateOctober 27, 2017
  • rocketray
    Graphic violence? Safe for work!

    10 seconds of boobies? You're so fired.
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  • artk2219
    20190221 said:
    Graphic violence? Safe for work!

    10 seconds of boobies? You're so fired.

    Welcome to America, where everything's made up, and the body count doesn't matter.
    Reply
  • JamesSneed
    That was a very well done trailer. Is there a multiplayer mode?
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  • Nine Layer Nige
    Apparently, blasting bodies to pulp is fine, but dare let out a strained grunt and the legal dept wade in.
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