After regaining consciousness following an injury sustained in World War II, legendary American commando, B.J. Blazkowicz, awakens from coma in a dystopian Nazi dominated world of 1960s. He tries to locate the remnants of the resistance.
20 May 2014 (USA)
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Wolfenstein: The New Order
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In the mission "A New World" when you are clearing out the first of 3 outposts of Nazis, there is a shed with watermelons on a table beside it. If you look at one of the walls there are three pieces of paper pinned to it with crude drawings, two of Frau Engel and the other of her companion Hans Winkle (AKA Bubi). If you look, there is a knife stuck in one and there are holes in all three because soldiers have been using them for target practice with knives. See more
During the game, there are a good number of cigarette ads on the walls in some stages. The character Bubi is also seen smoking on the Berlin train in one of the stages. Nazi Germany was one of the first countries in recent history to discourage smoking among it's citizens by banning it in public places (such as trains) and on-duty military officers were restricted from smoking. See more
William 'B.J' Blazkowicz
It's the break of dawn: July 16, 1946. Everything's gone to shit. The Nazi War machine is advancing at an astonishing rate. We can't catch up, our tactics are failing, outclassed and outgunned, and no-one knows why. People are getting desperate. Not me, I'm here to see an old friend and settle a score.
At the end of the credits, the sound of helicopter rotors can be heard. See more
German version was modified to remove all Nazi references (e.g. all Swastikas were removed, the Third Reich became The Regime). See more
Tapfrer Kleiner Libeling
Music by Dan Israel and Lyrics by Phoebe Kreutz
at COPILOT Music and Sound
Arranged by Jason Menkes
Performed by COPILOT
Produced and mixed by Jason Menkes
& Ravi Krishnaswami
Recorded at COPILOT (NYC) and Nina's Studio (Vienna) See more