The Resistance has gathered, and the time to rise against the Nazis is almost upon us. Here’s our final pre-release gameplay trailer for Wolfenstein: The New Order.
With the game arriving on PS4 and PS3at retail and on PlayStation Store next week, we’ve taken the opportunity to answer some of your questions about the game. Check out the answers below and leave your own in the comments below!
What are the differences between PS3 & PS4? 60 FPS on both? via @Stringer2355
We’re happy to say the game runs at 60 FPS on both consoles, but you’ll notice a visual boost for the game on PS4. The PS4 game also has a second screen experience where you can access the game map to find where enemy commanders are lurking, as well as where secrets are located.
How long will the game be roughly, time wise? via @Iain04
Our extensive playtesting shows that normal playthroughs of the game generally take
around 15-20 hours. It’s worth noting that the game features an early game choice that creates alternates timelines in the story, and as a result, we believe many will want to go back and play the game a second time.
What do you want other/new future FPS titles to take away from The New Order? via @SEAtacticsFTW
Lean mechanics can be really cool!
Are we to expect amazing Easter Eggs as usual? I loved the Wolf3D room in RAGE. via @MikhailSe7en
They’re not Easter Eggs if we tell you about them 🙂
Do I need to play the other Wolfenstein games before I play The New Order? via @mpinks970
No, but we’ve put up a browser-based version of Wolfenstein 3D to play on our website, www.wolfentein.com. Check it out… it’s a true classic.
What is the best weapon in this version of the game? via @WarthogGamer
For our money, it’s hard to beat dual-wielding automatic shotguns with shrapnel shells. 🙂
Can you complete the game playing as stealthy with no kills?
While there are opportunities for stealth and perk rewards for stealth kills, there isn’t a pacifist playthrough option in the new Wolfenstein game. Captain Blazkowicz will definitely need to kill a number of enemies. There’s plenty of Nazis (and Nazi Robots) that need to be exterminated.
That’s all for now. Get psyched (!!) for next week’s release!