Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus Getting an Official Art Book via Dark Horse

Dark Horse and Bethesda have announced that they are teaming to bring gamers The Art of Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus this November.

on July 11, 2017 7:36 AM

Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus was perhaps one of the most impressive showings at E3 2017. Despite having its announcement lessened by a leak that happened right before Bethesda’s presser, MachineGames’ sequel to the 2014 Wolfenstein: The New Order still made quite the impact with a lengthy showing of both gameplay and cinematic pieces.

What was even better is that Bethesda revealed that the game was coming this year: on October 27th to PS4, Xbox One, and PC. And now today — in addition to the classic GI-Joe-themed Collector’s Edition — we know that an official art book via Dark Horse will accompany the game’s release.

According to Dark Horse the art book will feature the usual stuff: concept art, production material, and exclusive commentary from the creators of the newest entry in the iconic series that brings to life the game’s 1960’s Nazi occupied America across a 184-page hardcover.

The Art of Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus is set to go on sale not long after the game releases on November 7th for $39.99 USD. It will be available to preorder via Amazon or purchasable via your local comic shop (if you have one of those anymore).

Personally, I own a few Dark Horse products — including a few art books (Mass Effect for example) — and I can attest that they are of high-quality and worth the investment for a big fan of whatever the said series is.

Below, you can view the cover of the art book:

Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus Getting an Official Art Book via Dark Horse

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