Wolfenstein: The New Order shows off a half hour of new gameplay in new video

Wolfenstein: The New Order

By on April 28, 2014 at 11:09 am

Wolfenstein: The New Order will be available on May 22nd – not even a month away, and while we have seen quite a bit of the game in action, we haven’t yet seen 30 minutes of uninterrupted streaming of the game in action. Until now!

Yes, as PC Gamer helpfully notes, Bethesda have released a Twitch stream of the Wolfenstein gameplay people were able to check out at PAX East recently, giving us poor schlubs on the wrong side of the world the opportunity to see what BJ Blazkowicz and his resistance fighters get up to when they take on a giant Nazi tower of death. Spoiler alert: Shooting bunches of Nazis. Check it out embedded below.

Source: PC Gamer

4 comments (Leave your own)

360p? lol
does anyone else wish that the guns handled more realistically?
i mean in terms of recoil and the feeling of weight, sound is almost as important, and that little thompson sounds like its a wind up cap gun

 
 

Everything looks like a focus on fun like old games (reminds me of perfect dark and golden eye). But yes the weapons look too heavy and over the top on stuff like recoil and sounds.
And hopefully you can turn off the hints which block 1/4 of the damn screen!
For the second hardest difficulty it seemed rather easy…

 

A hallway shooter. Haven’t seen one of those in a while. Might have to search through the attic to find another one.

 
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