Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus Free Demo Out Now On PS4, Xbox One, PC

Try before you buy.


Bethesda has released a free trial for Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus. Players can download and play the entire first level of Machine Games' critically acclaimed first-person shooter now on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. Those that decide to upgrade to the full version will be able to continue where it finishes, as save data will carry over.

Wolfenstein II is one of the games that will be discounted heavily as part of Black Friday. Currently, the best deals for the game are at Best Buy and GameStop, which both have it for $25--more than 50% off. Digital versions of the game are available on the PlayStation Store and the Xbox Store for $30. Head here for a full rundown of Wolfenstein II Black Friday discounts.

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Bethesda recently revealed more details about the upcoming DLC packs for Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus. The Freedom Chronicles season pass consists of four DLC expansions for Wolfenstein II, the first of which--Episode Zero--is available now for players who pre-ordered the title or purchased the season pass.

On December 14, The Adventures of Gunslinger Joe, a new mission that stars former quarterback Joseph Stallion as he "smash[es] through Nazi hordes from the ruins of Chicago to the vastness of space," will become available.

In GameSpot's Wolfenstein 2 review the game was awarded 9/10 by Kallie Plagge. "The New Colossus never lets you forget who and why you're fighting. Nazi brutality is on full display, from the blown-out, irradiated remains of Manhattan to each of the resistance members, who all carry mental scars if not physical ones.

"You're never given a chance between cutscenes, missions, and even downtime on the U-boat to lose sight of the Reich's cruelty. Wolfenstein's tense gameplay elevates this further by giving you the power to truly resist--and come out of each battle ready for another fight."

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