Wolfenstein: The New Order Crack/Patch

Wolfenstein: The New Order 1946: Europe. World War II rages on across Europe. Where the Allies once pressed advantage, the Nazi forces have turned the tide in dramatic fashion behind the technologically advanced war machine of General Wilhelm Strasse, aka Deathshead. When a final Allied assault on Deathshead's compound fails, the Allies’ greatest hope falls with it. 1960: Europe. The war is over. And the Nazis are triumphant victors. Using unrelenting force and brutal intimidation, the Nazis have brought even the most powerful nations to their knees. The Nazi regime now rules the globe with an iron fist. You are Captain B.J. Blazkowicz, the American War Hero. After delving into this world of darkness, you must launch an impossible counter-offensive against the monstrous Nazi regime. Only you dare stand up against an unstoppable army of Nazi robots and hulking Super Soldiers. Only you can stop Deathshead. Only you can rewrite history.

Download Wolfenstein: The New Order Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 83 / 100
User rating
8.3
Downloads 15541
Genre General, Action, Shooter, First-Person, Historic, Arcade
Company / Developer
Bethesda Softworks / MachineGames

Wolfenstein: The New Order reviews ( 7 )

phytemit, Aug 31, 2014

Great game, awesome story, superb comeback to old school while adding modern tweaks. The alternative timeline of history is engaging and has many nice subtleties, like German recordings of well known English hits. I also didn't notice texture loading bug from Rage when spinning around, so for me this is improvement over the Tech 5 engine.

b00gjuice, Jun 6, 2014

Finished Single Player Campaign in 22 hours. Awesome game, loved it, better than I expected it to be. The game just kept getting better as I played it. I will definitely play this again. Played on PC with GTX 780ti 3GB. Graphics are great and the game runs fast at 60 fps at 1440p. If you love id shooters, then you will love this game.

DivideetImpera, May 20, 2014

Although not bringing masses to the fps market, Wolfenstein is propped up by successful writing, plot and graphics. The characters are relatable and Wolfenstein is an overall very good game.

Gason, Apr 13, 2015

Return to Castle Wolfenstein and Wolfenstein are two great titles and so is Wolfenstein: The New Order. The graphics aren't something unique but are well done. The Nazi killing is fun. Unlike the other games in the series, The New Order has a really great story. The missions are clever and well designed. The game is fun to replay and I had even more fun replaying with an Enigma code mode. The only thing I didn't liked about the game was the loading times when you die - they are too long for me. Despite that Wolfenstein: The New Order is wonderful first-person shooter and a wonderful addition to the series. From 2 to 6 I give in VERY GOOD 5.

Scorp475, May 26, 2014

Отличнейший шутер! Правда на PC есть некоторые проблемы перешедшие от движка Кармака ID Tech 5 и собственно первой игрой на этом движке Rage. На PS4 как мне говорят товарищи все гораздо лучше, к лету возьму Playstation и обязательно будут обзоры на эксклюзивы: Knack, Killzone Shadow Fall, inFamous Second Son.

TheWired, Sep 7, 2014

First, let me start off by saying that I am not "really" a big FPS fan. I've played a lot of shooting games back in the days (quake, unreal, F.E.A.R, battlefield, CoD and many more...) but have been hooked to aRPG / MMOs for years now. Now, I have played many of the "recent" FPS titles but always ended up leaving the games aside for a reason or another. CoD: Ghost got me bored after only 3 hours of gaming, Crysis 3 was graphically stunning but kinda got repetitive and more like a chore to play for me. The problem with many new titles these days (not only FPS) is that they try to be "unique" and sometimes focus too much on "new" gameplay features rather than the actual content of the game. Wolfenstein: The New Order is not original in that regard and offers a rather traditional game play, so no surprises there. Progressing through the waves of enemies can be a bit dull in the way that there is not a huge variety of them but the AI is not the worst I've seen in a FPS game. All of that aside, Wolfenstein: TNO kept me hooked until the very end. The strongest point of the game is clearly the story, and more precisely the way it is integrated to the game play. Some people might not like the "lack of originality" when it comes to controls but after finishing the game, I thought that the play through was rather "natural" and intuitive. The graphics are not "next gen" but pretty good. Crysis 3 did a bit better in that regard but people who rate the game 0 because they are not satisfied with the textures are a bit silly. (But hey, it's the internet!) I didn't find that controls were a problems in any way ("finger gymnastics" as mentioned by some people) and experienced one minor bug only through the whole game (went through the floor while trying to jump where i wasn't supposed to). There are occasionally however as mentioned by a few people collision issues with bigger sized enemies that basically make them harmless. I had no expectations and knew nothing about this title before actually playing it. I felt that some parts were a bit over the top but overall it had been a while since I enjoyed a FPS game like this. I liked the characters and their development through the game. Despite being a bit linear, I feel that the game should keep most people interested until the end. Gameplay / controls: 6/10 (because a bit linear / not innovative) Graphics: 8/10 (It's not next gen, but it's good) Story: 8/10 (It's not perfect, but it does the job well) I give it a 7 out of 10.

Emilio, Apr 2, 2015

I really can't explain myself why this childish game need 64 bit. When I was hit in the face with those white-ish poor textures, I've lost all interest in playing this simple run and gun. No buy from me! I've tried the game at a friend...