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 Gameguru Mania News - Jun,22 2017 -  
Wolfenstein Dev Sees Series As Trilogy - briefly
(hx) 03:42 PM EDT - Jun,22 2017 - Post a comment / read (1)
One of the big announcements from E3 2017 was that a new Wolfenstein game is in development. Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus is the follow-up to The New Order, and it takes main character BJ Blazkowicz to a Nazi-occupied United States. According to creative director Jens Matthies, this may not be the last game in the modern Wolfenstein series--and Mecha-Hitler may one day return to the games.

Appearing on Giant Bomb's E3 live show, Matthies fielded a question about Mecha-Hitler, the imposing, robotic Nazi leader from some of the original Wolfenstein games. To answer, he revealed that developer Machine Games has hoped that the new Wolfenstein series would be three parts--hinting at a possible reemergence of the antagonist later on.

"We always envisioned this as a trilogy," he said. "If we get to make the third one--once we introduce Mecha-Hitler, you can't go up from there."
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gx-x(12:41 AM EDT - Jun,23 2017 )
I saw the first iteration as a fourology. Balancing between the toys that some dumb guy lost and finding a way to any gun fight at some point was so exilirating that I uninstalled the damn crap.
Not to mention the commanders that you need to kill when you get into the fight, to stop infinite enemy spawning to your finite ammo reserves.

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