Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus Looks Well-Realized and Compelling in New Screenshots and Concept Art

Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus' concept art and new screenshots showcase a variety of Nazi-occupied locations you will be fighting to liberate.

July 27, 2017

Today, developer MachineGames and publisher released a new batch of screenshots and concept art for their upcoming PS4, Xbox One, and PC game: Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus. 

The new concept art features a variety of some of the sights you will see during the game, including both the outward appearing propaganda-heavy face of the Nazi regime and its America occupation including classic post World War II era American diners and streets, and the more inside-look at the Nazi machine, featuring dark colors, steel, and sinister intentions in plain sight.

The concept art also showcases the man himself, BJ Blazkowicz, during the start of the game when he’s severely injured, if not borderline dying (still a Nazi killing machine though). There is also concept art for the unnamed resistance leader who was seen in the debut trailer, and who clearly plays a substantial role in the game.


While not as numerous, the new screenshots offer up a further glimpse of what the game will actually look like. In them we get to some wheelchair rambo action that is featured in the game’s opening chapter, some angry Nazi dogs, and combat featuring some new enemy types.

Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus —which for those those of you who don’t know is the direct sequel to 2014’s Wolfenstein: The New Order — is set to release on October 27th for PS4, Xbox One, and PC. The game will be available for $59.99 USD, which will net the plain-Jane version of the game, as well as for $99.99 USD, which gets you a nostalgic  classic GI-Joe-themed Collector’s Edition. Additionally, and official art book from Dark Horse has also been revealed, and will accompany the game’s launch this year.

Tyler Fischer

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