A Review of Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus

Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus is an adventurous action first-shooter video game. MachineGames developed it, and Bethesda Softworks published it. I was officially released in October 2017 and is currently compatible with PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Microsoft Windows. The new game is excellent and engaging. The characters, as well as voice acting in the video game, are brilliant. The voice acting is heard more in the cutscenes. The game has several levels that are mostly navigated by foot by the players. The New Colossus is the eighteenth in the Wolfenstein series.

The New Colossus has an engaging story. There are several flashbacks, and the Nazi war machines are eye-catching in the video. The game is basically about revenge. The bad guy in the video game is General Frau Engel who was newly promoted to the position. A general is an evil person who executes players and their teams.

The video game has excellent visuals. The cutscenes, on the other hand, are worked and are doing an amazing job of bringing out characters in the course of the game. The game is enjoyable, and the missions of blowing up thing during the mission are smooth. The actions are simple to carry out, and the weapons are easier to launch.

Players can use a cover system to assist them in their fight against the enemies. The players can lean under or over the cover system during the battle. Enemies frequently block the distance between the player and them to keep the players uncovered by any barriers. The players are availed with numerous weapons. The weapons can be retrieved from the ground or taken from the bodies of dead people. However, the players are not provided with sniffer rifle machine guns. Instead, the players can mix the weapons as they want for dual mixing, giving them the ability to cause more damages to their enemies. Players also can upgrade their weapons by using scopes.