"Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus" will be officially released on Nintendo Switch on June 29, Bethesda publishes on Tuesday.
It is a direct sequel to the first-person shooter "Wolfenstein: The New Order" from the 2014 Alternative Universe, where Nazis control America. As protagonist BJ Blazkowicz, the player leads a group of weird freedom fighters against a third-world empire armed with advanced technology. The games are a soft reboot of the classic "Wolfenstein", which began in 1
"Wolfenstein II" started in October 2017 to positive reviews. It won the best action game at the 2017 Game Awards and was nominated for Best Game Direction, Best Story and Best Performance. At the 35th Annual Golden Joystick Awards, he was also awarded the Best Gaming Performance and the Studio of the Year. But it failed to crack the top 10 best-selling games in the US this month, the NPD Group said. It was 14. But it's important to note that "Wolfenstein II" started two days before the end of the NPD reporting period and Bethesda does not report digital sales to the company. There is no word on how the game has since sold.
The developer panic button handles the Nintendo switch port with some instructions from MachineGames. There is no word on whether it will contain the three-tier DLC packages Bethesda has released since launching PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Everyone follows the adventures of a freedom fighter in the fight against the Nazis in American territories. And as in the port of Bethesda's role play "The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim," it looks like "Wolfenstein II" has some kind of motion control with the joy-cons of the switch.
You can watch the first video in the video below showing the game in action (along with something that seems like a bit of motion control).