Wolfenstein: The New Order carried forward to 2014




Bethesda slide Wolfenstein: The New Order through to 2014, reports the publisher via Twitter. The Swedish studio that makes the game gets some extra time to ‘polish’ the game. The new Wolfenstein was planned for the Christmas period.

Pete Hines, Bethesda spokesman, wrote in his tweet : “We have today confirmed that Wolfenstein at QuakeCon next year appears, for all platforms We had the feeling that the game deserves some extra time to polish..”

Bethesda announced Wolfenstein: The New Order In May, after evidence was online in February appeared on the game, including the involvement of the Swedish Machine Games. The New Order is the first game of Machine Games, founded by former employees of the Swedish Starbreeze also known from the Riddick games in 2009.

The New Order is the ninth game in the Wolfenstein franchise. The player takes on the role of William “BJ” Blazkowicz, a character that has appeared in the first game of the series, Castle Wolfenstein in 1981. Games in the development machine can use id Tech 5, the engine from id Software, the studio with Wolfenstein 3D in 1992 would deliver. Most famous part of the series on

Unlike the previous parts, plays The New Order is not set during World War II. The game plays in an alternate reality, during the 60s of the last century. In this reality, the Nazis won the war, though still trying to turn the tide. BJ Blazkowicz The game features a single campaign and is not playable in multiplayer


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