Wolfenstein: The New Order’s trailer shows the difference between stealth and mayhem

Wolfenstein: The New Order

By on April 30, 2014 at 8:43 am

A new gameplay trailer for Wolfenstein: The New Order has arrived on the scene, showing two different approaches to one of the game’s early sections: stealth and mayhem.

Stealth involves, predictably, lots of sneaking and knife-throwing — and mayhem is quite the opposite, with dual-wielded guns of every flavour and more blood than you would expect should fit in the human body.

Check out the video below. We went hands-on with this (and other) sections recently, so watch our video preview afterwards to get the inside scoop.

6 comments (Leave your own)

By most reports, here and elsewhere, sounds like this game should be pretty fun. But if not, at least they sure know how to do advertising

 

Ooh, now *that* looks like something I could take an interest in.

 

I’ve missed the good ol’ gore-fest nazi hunt.

 

Robot Nazi supermen, two massive guns, German rockabilly songs about Nazis. Love it, I’m sold.

 

That looks fun. I was rather iffy about this title but the more I see of it the more interested I become.

 

Love Blood and Blood and Brains and blood! this is a game i am very interested in!

 
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