At the end of the Bethesda E3 Press Conference, they dropped one final game that is sure to make a lot of people happy: Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus, which will arrive October 27th.
The game will indeed followup upon the events of Wolfenstein: The New Order, and follow returning main character B.J. Blazkowicz as he wakes up after the events of the first game to find the world is still in trouble, and that the US needs to be helped to revolution, and he’s happy to oblige.
If you’re looking for epic action mixed with intense story and characters, The New Colossus is definitely one you’re going to want to try out. Bethesda noted at the end of the trailer that this is meant to be a perfect blend of the two. You can see the full trailer for the game below.
After what’s been a lackluster E3 even by post-COVID limited-resources no-time-to-prepare-anything standards, everyone was looking to Nintendo to save the day. Did they do it? Well…their Direct this morning wasn’t a series of slam dunks, but they scored enough times to leave us pleased. Here are the things that intrigue
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