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Wolfenstein: The New Order marks the return of one of the oldest first-person shooter franchises, Wolfenstein 3D, and once again puts player in the role of Polish-American soldier William "B.J." Blazkowicz. The game begins in 1946 with Blazkowicz chasing down his arch-enemy General Wilhelm "Deathshead" Strasse knowing that if he can kill Deathshead the Nazi war machine will be crippled. His plans backfire however and Blazkowicz is mortally wounded and put into a partial coma. He is rescued by a Polish fishing vessel and taken to an asylum in Poland where 14 years pass as he is cared for by a nurse named Anya. When he finally awakens and saves Anya from the Nazi purge of the asylum, he soon learns that the war has ended and the Nazis won, thus placing the entire world under their rule. Deathshead was instrumental to this victory as he designed vicious bio-mechanical beasts and massive robots to gain superiority in the battlefield while also bombarding the United States with atomic bombs until their eventual surrender. Blazkowicz arms up once again and sets out to reignite the flames of rebellion by freeing his friends from the Kreisau Circle and toppling the Nazi regime!

As with previous entries in the series the game is a fast-paced and violent first-person shooter with some minor stealth and exploration elements. Players can hold several weapons at a time and said weapons can even be dual wielded. The weapons range from traditional weapons such as knives, pistols, and shotguns but later in game there is more exotic gear such as electricity spewing grenades, lasers, bladed weapons etc. You are also given a useful tool called the Laser Cutter, which allows you to cut through chains, fences, etc. to access alternate paths and secret items and areas.

Players fight plenty of Nazi soldiers of varying strength, some wearing power armour and some are even bio-mechanical and blend flesh with technology. There are also bio-mechanical German Shepherds that act as guard dogs and can sneak up on the player to attempt to tear out his throat. In addition there are bigger fully robotic dogs that are extremely fast, lithe, and dangerous. Players have the option of taking a stealthy route and killing enemies silently with silenced weapons and knives that can be used for brutal backstabbing takedowns or can be thrown at enemies in the distance.

At times you will be notified of a Nazi officer in the area. Hunting him down and killing him quietly will reveal areas on the player's map. The game features a perk tree, which will level up based on certain challenges in the game such as killing 10 enemies silently with throwing knives to earn extra knife slots or killing several enemies while your health is overcharged (above 100%) to gain a perk where killing enemies grants small health boosts. These perks come in different categories (assault, demolition, stealth and tactical) and are based around the player's chosen play style.

Also in line with previous games in the series, there are secrets to be collected. These include items that can give you a full map of the area, notes and letters that provide backstory, Enigma Codes which unlock special game modes, and Nazi gold and treasure.


Wolfenstein: The New Order Windows The game has a map system, I found a power-up that reveals the map and shows secrets (the ? marks).
Wolfenstein: The New Order Windows Our hero, B.J. Blazkowicz, awakens in 1960, during a violent purge of the asylum/hospital he was in ...
Wolfenstein: The New Order Windows Upgraded laserkraftwerk gun is extremely powerful, but you can only fire a few shots before it needs to be recharged
Wolfenstein: The New Order Windows Scenic prison

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Wolfenstein: The New Order Wallpaper
Wolfenstein: The New Order Wallpaper
Wolfenstein: The New Order Screenshot
Wolfenstein: The New Order Concept Art


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User Reviews

Welcome in The New Order! Kaddy B. (796) 3.86 Stars3.86 Stars3.86 Stars3.86 Stars3.86 Stars

Critic Reviews

GameStar (Germany) May 20, 2014 86 out of 100 86
IGN Germany May 22, 2014 8.5 out of 10 85
Games Finder Nov 01, 2014 8 out of 10 80
PC Games (Germany) May 21, 2014 80 out of 100 80
Svenska PC Gamer Jun, 2014 78 out of 100 78
Cheat Code Central May 20, 2014 3.7 out of 5 74
Riot Pixels May 28, 2014 71 out of 100 71
Computer Games France Jun 12, 2014 6 out of 10 60
Gamekult May 22, 2014 5 out of 10 50
Rock, Paper, Shotgun May 23, 2014 Unscored Unscored


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PlayStation 3 version unplayable? 3 Victor Vance (15255)
Nov 06, 2014
[SPOILER] somebody add this to tips&tricks 2 Kaddy B. (796)
May 30, 2014


Panzerhund Edition

The Panzerhund Edition of the game is a collectible item, available exclusively through the official Bethesda Store, limited to 5000 individual numbered editions. This collector's edition comes without a copy of the game and is solely introduced as an enhancement of the Wolfenstein: The New Order franchise.

Contents of the Wolfenstein: The New Order (Panzerhund Edition):
  • 8" articulated Panzerhund statue (including a base)
  • Box containing a set of custom molded replica dog tags
  • Classified folder, with 11 classified documents (an assortment of maps, case files, and even an x-ray)
  • Exclusive (G2) steelbook keep case
  • Vintage footlocker-style box, stamped with a number at the front.
  • Set of 14 full-colored weathered-looking post cards in a display book, picturing the alternative time-line history of the game.
  • Three high-quality, embroidered patches


  • The Game Awards
    • 2014 — Best Narrative — Nominated
    • 2014 — Best Shooter — Nominated

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Kaddy B. (796) added Wolfenstein: The New Order (Windows) on May 20, 2014
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