Activision announced the release date of the next-gen Wolfenstein today and it seems the game will arrive in stores not in this unexpectedly crowded month of June or in the dogpile of October/November. Nope, it's going to be released in the lull in between those two periods.
In supernatural World War II shooter Wolfenstein, you'll be able to melt Nazis with a plasma cannon. Some of the other weapons aren't quite so high-tech, though.
Everyone loves a good particle accelerated cannon: it streams like the blasters from Ghostbusters, yet eviscerates like a boiling vat of acid. Ah, the joys of the particle cannon.
Raven Software has been showing off Wolfenstein's single-player campaign quite a bit in recent months. They've been very tight-lipped when it comes to the game's multiplayer, though.
Next-gen consoles are about to be invaded by a horde of pixelated Nazis. The ESRB just rated 1992 first-person shooter Wolfenstein 3D for the PS3 and Xbox 360.
As promised, Raven Software released a new trailer for the next-gen Wolfenstein last night. The video displays a lot of the supernatural elements appearing in this first-person shooter.
Raven Software has announced that a new trailer for their next-gen Wolfenstein game will be aired on GameTrailers TV tomorrow. It's the first trailer to be released for the game since last summer's QuakeCon.
At an event days before New York Comic Con, Activision showed off Wolfenstein but would not divulge any details about the game's multiplayer. Now a collection of images have surfaced that may be screenshots from the game's multiplayer maps.
Raven Software's upcoming sequel to 2001's Return to Castle Wolfenstein has definitely been laying low for awhile now but you should hear a lot more about it soon. Why? It's only a few months away from release.
The Wolfenstein series has always had one foot in the occult - after all, Wolfenstein 3D had the player fighting Robo-Hitler. Still, the upcoming PS3/Xbox 360/PC shooter Wolfenstein has all the previous installments beat in terms of overall weirdness.