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Check Out Over 20-Minutes of Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus New Orleans Gameplay

Bethesda has released over 20-minutes of Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus gameplay, which you can check out above. The gameplay takes place in New Orleans, so you’ll get to see that location from the game in action, and what BJ is up to.

Bethesda’s official description of the video can be found below to give your more insights into what you’re watching. Of course, if you don’t want any spoilers for this game, you should probably pass on the video.

From Bethesda

We’re taking you through the streets of New Orleans in our latest developer gameplay video. The once vibrant city of New Orleans is now a rundown wasteland that’s been walled off by the Nazis. In Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus, you’ll set out to rescue Resistance Leader Horton Boone in an attempt to take back the city, defeating every Nazi in your path with an array of unique weapons. We also show you what it’s like to ride a fire-breathing Panzerhund. Our developer gameplay video also gives you a look at the game’s new contraptions system. Each of three new contraptions gives BJ a new ability for taking on enemies and traversing the environment in unique new ways: The Ram Shackles contraption lets BJ ram into walls — and enemies — for a devastating blow, Battle Walker takes BJ to new heights, making it easy reach new areas or evade attacks, while the Constrictor Harness will allow BJ to squeeze into tight spots like narrow pipes or vents.

Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus will release on October 27, 2017 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC, and will release for Nintendo Switch in 2018!

 

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