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Hands-On Preview: Wolfenstein: The New Order – Blazkowicz Runs This Town - Electronic Theatre

Bethesda Softworks are set to launch the highly anticipated Wolfenstein: The New Order early next year across both current-generation and next-generation consoles, and with that comes a great deal of expectation. Many of you will have already read Electronic Theatre’s decidedly mixed response to the preview build, but what was it that lead us to the opinion that we need to see more before we can truly judge the worth of what will be many people’s first taste of Wolfenstein? Today, Electronic Theatre brings you the lowdown on just what this early introduction to Wolfenstein: The New Order entailed. (PC, PS3, PS4, Wolfenstein: The New Order, Xbox 360, Xbox One)

Amigaengine  +   380d ago
It looks better than KZ for sure but I would be shocked if it wont require 3 patches so it will function properly.

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