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.
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This is the ninth installment in the Wolfenstein series. See more
The game depicts computer terminals with built-in displays, some of which didn't exist until the late '70s and early '80s. Given that the game takes place in 1960, we may assume possibly that the Germans, having won the war, with Deathshead's help are a bit more advanced, hence the Lunar base, etc., but this still seems too much given the other heavy computer machinery is appropriate for the '50s and '60s rather than showing vacuum column tape drives which would have been released in between PCs and the '60s. See more
[after helping Blazkowicz into the bomber
Sir? What's the score, Cap?
William 'B.J' Blazkowicz
Do or die, son. Same as always.
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
Ich Bin Überall
Written by Naren Rauch
at COPILOT Music and Sound
Performed by COPILOT
Produced and mixed by Naren Rauch
Recorded at Naren's Studio (LA) and Karostar Studios (Hamburg) See more
20 May 2014 (USA)
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Also Known As:
Wolfenstein: The New Order
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