Wolfenstein: The New Order’s launch trailer launches ahead of game

Wolfenstein: The New Order

By on May 16, 2014 at 9:42 am

With Wolfenstein: The New Order only a week away, Bethesda have pushed out the launch trailer to give us a bit more of an insight into the sort of swear-word filled dialogue and hammy, Nazi-shooting explosiveness you can find in Machine Games’ reboot.

There’s not a lot more to say about this particular trailer, so head over here watch our video preview for more.

8 comments (Leave your own)

I’m quite looking forward to this!

 

Me too

 

get psyched!!!

 

So have they clarified the system requirements yet? Or is it still just the one set of specs they have released?

 

This looks pretty darn good.

But then again, the trailers for Homefront and Syndicate looked pretty sweet too…Definitely waiting for some reviews…

Interesting to note the complete lack of swastikas in that trailer. Any word on whether this will be sold in Germany? I imagine it will need a fair bit of of censoring if it does…

 

c0mc0,

i dont understand your concern. Homefront n Syndicate were friggin sweet!

 

In your opinion – which you are entirely welcome to. I was very disappointed with Homefront. I think they spent more on marketing it in the end than they did in making it! ;) Ultimately very derivative and underwhelming.

Syndicate I might still buy at some point. The reviews didn’t live up to my expectations, but having another look it looks pretty solid. I note you can get it for $15 through Amazon atm…Mght give it a look. Cheers. :)

 

of course imo. But i still buy every cod! so my opinion is pretty worthless! lol

 
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