Wolfenstein: The Old Blood Crack/Patch

Wolfenstein: The Old Blood It's 1946 and the Nazis are on the verge of winning WWII. In attmepting to turn the tide in the allies’ favor, B.J. Blazkowicz has to embark on an epic, two-part mission deep within Bavaria… Part one of Wolfenstein: The Old Blood - Rudi Jäger and the Den of Wolves - pits BJ Blazkowicz against a notorious prison warden as he breaks into Castle Wolfenstein in an attempt to steal the coordinates to General Deathshead’s compound. In the second part – The Dark Secrets of Helga Von Schabbs – our hero's search for the coordinates leads him to the city of Wulfburg where an obsessed Nazi archaeologist is exhuming enigmatic artifacts that threaten to unleash a dark and ancient power.

Download Wolfenstein: The Old Blood Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 78 / 100
User rating
7.8
Downloads 4187
Genre Action, Shooter, First-Person, Arcade
Company / Developer
Bethesda Softworks / MachineGames

Wolfenstein: The Old Blood reviews ( 7 )

Frozenbyte, May 6, 2015

simple, atmosphere, great looking, funny. It delievers exactly what it prmisses, i liked the rocket gun rly much. Pipe is quite nice equivalent of knife

erfanbasket, May 16, 2015

OMG . One of the best game i have ever played. great story . great weapon design . great graphics. game runs very smoothly in my laptop . not just like other ridicules shooter games . this game is completely different. if you ask is this game worth 20$ my answer is absolutely yes. even more than 20$. so don't waste your time and buy this amazing game

TrenakCZ, May 6, 2015

Standalone expansion, but little better than TNO! You must play! It is better optimalized than TNO and they said you will need better PC. No, they lie! 10/10

EggManStudio, May 17, 2015

I remember back when "expansion packs" were relatively common. Take for example Red Alert 2: Yuri's Revenge or even more recent ones such as F.E.A.R: Extraction Point and Perseus Mandate - nowerdays, however, such expansion packs are few and far between, with such releases a Burial at Sea for BioShock Infinite and Uprising for Red Alert 3, and indeed the subject of this review, Wolfenstein: The Old Blood. The Old Blood is a standalone prequel to its predesecssor, The New Order, taking place during World War 2, directly before the beginning of The New Order's storyline. As it was with the new order, however, the story isn't the main focus of the game. The bulk of the game is concerned with its gameplay, which is functionally no different to The New Order, in that main character B.J. Blazkowicz can hold many different weapons, from the powerful Schockhammer semi-automatic shotgun to the grenade-launching Kampfpistole. However, in line with the earlier setting, some features have been removed, such as the upgrade feature, which now only affects one weapon, and the rechargable energy weapons - however, these have been replaced with a new mechanic, the Pipe. Found very early on, the Pipe has many uses, including as a weapon, both dual wielded and as one weapon, and climbing walls, somewhat reminiscent of the Cliffhanger mission from Modern Warfare 2. In addition, again much like The New Order, most of the levels can be tacked either with stealth or with high action with little ramification as to choice, making the gamemuch more flexible, and overall the gameplay is fun and unique when compared to other shooters. There are a few criticisms to be made, however. First of all, the levels are notably more linear in comparison with The New Order's. Secondly, objectives are often not very clear and objective markers don't always appear straight away, so sometimes one must look around a bit in order ot find out what it is you're meant to be doing. Finally, and this is the biggest criticism of them all, the game's final boss (without spoiling anything) is incredibly tedious and overly difficult in comparison with the rest of the game. Despite this, however, The Old Blood still manages to hold its own through its gameplay. I managed to complete ther game's storyline in around 5 to 6 hours, which for a game that costs about half as much as a full game is quite a lot. Ground Zeroes cost about as much and was considerably shorter than this. In conclusion, Wolfenstein: The Old Blood is a worthy prequel/expansion to The New Order, in spite of its large shortcomings. I'd personally reccommend playing this before The New Order, seeing how they flow into each other and play almost identically.

urielejh, Aug 21, 2015

- CONTAINS A COUPLE OF INDIRECT SPOILS - Rig: 12gb ram 1600; [email protected]; 850 Pro 512gb; GTX 960 4gb Strix [email protected]; Win10 with latest Nvidia drivers. Premise: I haven't played "The New Order". "The Old Blood" (TOB, from now on) sure is a nice action game. It serves as a prequel to "Wolfenstein: The New Order". Its gameplay mechanics are simple yet dynamic in that they encourage a fast and non-stop style of play. Yes, you could just take cover and play somewhat stealthy but don't fool yourself, you won't get through the end like that. Enemies' variation ain't that extensive, far from it. MachineGames opted - Bethesda published the game (...) - to use the id Tech 5 engine, first used in RAGE. It has been tweaked and enhanced and, gotta say, its rendition is somewhat impressive. There are many graphics options to play with and the game scales quite well. But not enough. I think that - ruling out my rig, Win10+drivers - more optimization's work would have been welcomed. I can play with mid-to-high details @ 60fps even though there are a very seldom occasions - when main characters come very close; some final encounter's moment; a couple of shadows + god's rays + other combos - where frame rates goes down to early 30s. Yes, a bit more work on the engine would have been appreciated. The story and some locations take a bit from the two (chronological) predecessors. The game is straight as hell with only some variations to access secret area. No openness story/gameplay-wise. For my tastes it's a bit too arcade. Enemies, enemies everywhere and.. from no-where. Yep, they spawn out of no-where. A bit too "old school" and out of context in that that will contribuite in ruining some points.. and then, supposedly main characters that dies like normal **** I mean, it's ok to let a somewhat main char die in non cinematic way.. but to have it and feel like you CAN'T do anything, as if it's something scripted, well, that ain't fun. The final encounter. Mh. Random boss fight just to boss fight. Honestly, lore-wise they could have develop further without "that thing" happening. Really. And it ain't funny at all with random enemies teleporting from somewhere far beyond and having to shoot at one specific spot all the way till you end its misery. MachineGames, you're not there. Nope. By the end we have a nice action game - too arcade for me - with nice graphics and arts. A story and lore that would have been nice to deepen and expand.. and not be ruined by some weird, awkward moments and bad gameplay decisions. Graphics: 8 Art: 8 Sound: 7 Music: 7 Gameplay: 7 Developers' choices: 7 Story: 7 Uniqueness: 8 Partial: 7.4

gloriouspotato, Jun 29, 2015

This expansion can be simply summed up as just more Wolfenstein. More or less the same gameplay with a couple new gimmicks. Pretty much everything here is something that's already seen in the New Order, including the awfully predictable 'almost getting caught by a villain while undercover' scenarios and unfortunate texture pop-in. The story and characters work, but don't receive as much attention as in the New Order. Helga just seems like another regular Nazi villain, and picking between Annette and Kessler seemed very forced with not a whole lot of emotional impact. The Old Blood isn't bad as a whole, but is a couple steps behind from the main game. Overall rating: 7.0/10

Sable1, Jan 20, 2016

HORRIBLY BUGGY. This game would not work on my HP Envy l3040nr laptop and persistently crashed spectacularly on my brand new Levono e560. Both exceeded the minimum spec to play this game. I tried everything suggested to fix the issue and still it failed again and again. I'll NEVER buy a title with this developers name on it ever again. Buyers have a right to expect software that works.