Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus in Test – Against the fascist madness
Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus shows up in the test as a winking shooter to a quite serious topic: The US are in an alternative timeline under the thumb of men’s men.
That would not have happened under Trump: The US capitulated in the alternative timeline of the Wolfenstein Games in 1948 after only a single nuclear strike by the regime (the version of the National Socialists adjusted for all offenses) and are now occupied by the Germans, sorry Germanic. At that time there was no Twitter to tweet the aggressors properly. So we have to blazkowiczen him!
What was mentioned in the predecessor but only, we may witness in Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus up close. His mission to smash the evil regime is leading World War Hero BJ Blazkowicz to his homeland this time. More specifically, in New Mexico in 1961, in the area of the town of Roswell. Wait … Roswell? Was not there something wrong with a crashed “weather balloon”?
Do not worry, we leave it to you to find out what makes Wolfenstein 2 the promising premise. But by then you’ll have to send some hundreds of regime soldiers across the Jordan. The more interesting question is therefore whether the Geballer (and occasional crawl) still feels just as oldschoolig-fresh as in the predecessor The New Order.