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Get Wolfenstein: The Old Blood on PC for just £3.74

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Carl Phillips
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Get Wolfenstein: The Old Blood on PC for just £3.74

It's on of the lowest prices we've seen for The Old Blood, and is the best price around at the time of writing. Considering how you're getting a 6-hour long campaign that is up to the same standards as The New Order, this is a fantastic offer for the stand-alone expansion that holds is own as one of the best FPS experiences of the year. Cheers to Buzz for the heads-up!

Be sure to check out our Wolfenstein: The Old Blood review for more details.

Get Wolfenstein: The New Order on PC for just £5.25

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Carl Phillips
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Get Wolfenstein: The New Order on PC for just £5.25

With a saving of over a fiver compared to the next best offer, this is the cheapest price we've seen for this one. It should be noted that while you'll be buying this from uPlay, you will actually be getting a Steam code. Harnessing old school gameplay and pairing it up with a sense of style, we felt that The New Order a glorious return for the Wolfenstein franchise. It also proved that single-player-only FPS games still have a place in modern gaming. Oh, and there are killer robot dogs. So plus points all round, basically. Cheers to Buzz for the heads-up!

Be sure to check out our Wolfenstein: The New Order review for more details.

Wolfenstein: The New Order Occupied Edition on Xbox One falls to £9.97

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Carl Phillips
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Wolfenstein: The New Order Occupied Edition on Xbox One falls to £9.97

This is the lowest price we've seen for the Occupied Edition on Xbox One, and is surprisingly cheaper than most listings for the standard edition. Considering you get a 20-page travel guide to occupied Britain, a travel card holder, a set of three postcards, and access to the Doom Beta (whenever that starts) along with a copy of the game, it's a bit of a no-brainer. Harnessing old school gameplay and pairing it up with a sense of style, we felt that The New Order a glorious return for the Wolfenstein franchise in our review. It also proved that single-player-only FPS games still have a place in modern gaming. Oh, and there are killer robot dogs. So plus points all round, basically. Thanks to Buzz for the find!

Be sure to check out our Wolfenstein: The New Order review for more details.

Wolfenstein: The Old Blood on PS4 hits is lowest price yet

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Carl Phillips
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Wolfenstein: The Old Blood on PS4 hits is lowest price yet

The price for The Old Blood seems to be hanging around the £10 on consoles, but by using the voucher code above you can get the PS4 price for a few pounds less than that. Considering how you're getting a 6-hour long campaign that is up to the same standards as The New Order, this is a fantastic offer for the stand-alone expansion that holds is own as one of the best FPS experiences of the year. Cheers to Buzz for the find!

Be sure to check out our Wolfenstein: The Old Blood review for more details.

Get Wolfenstein: The Old Blood on PS4 for just £9.85

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Carl Phillips
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Get Wolfenstein: The Old Blood on PS4 for just £9.85

The saving might not be huge, but here's yet another chance to get the PS4 version of The Old Blood for under a tenner. It's also worth pointing out that you can also claim 25 times the normal amount of Super Points here as well thanks to Rakuten's birthday celebrations. Considering how you're getting a 6-hour long campaign that is up to the same standards as The New Order, this is a fantastic offer for the stand-alone expansion that holds is own as one of the best FPS experiences of the year. Cheers to Buzz for the find!

Be sure to check out our Wolfenstein: The Old Blood review for more details.

Wolfenstein: The New Order Occupied Edition on PS4 / Xbox One falls to £13.85

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Carl Phillips
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Wolfenstein: The New Order Occupied Edition on PS4 / Xbox One falls to £13.85

This is the lowest price we've seen for the Occupied Edition on consoles, and is surprisingly cheaper than most listings for the standard edition. Considering you get a 20-page travel guide to occupied Britain, a travel card holder, a set of three postcards, and access to the Doom Beta (whenever that starts) along with a copy of the game, it's a bit of a no-brainer. Harnessing old school gameplay and pairing it up with a sense of style, we felt that The New Order a glorious return for the Wolfenstein franchise in our review. It also proved that single-player-only FPS games still have a place in modern gaming. Oh, and there are killer robot dogs. So plus points all round, basically. Thanks to oUkTuRkEyIII @ HUKD!

Be sure to check out our Wolfenstein: The New Order review for more details.

Get Wolfenstein: The Old Blood on PC for just £4.75

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Carl Phillips
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Get Wolfenstein: The Old Blood on PC for just £4.75

Surprisingly, this isn't the cheapest price we've seen for The Old Blood, but this listing is the best around by some margin right now. Considering how you're getting a 6-hour long campaign that is up to the same standards as The New Order, this is a fantastic offer for the stand-alone expansion that holds is own as one of the best FPS experiences of the year. Thanks to mrcwtonothy @ HUKD!

Be sure to check out our Wolfenstein: The Old Blood review for more details.

Wolfenstein: The Old Blood Review | "Ein Hotdog!"

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Brendan Griffiths
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Wolfenstein: The Old Blood Review | "Ein Hotdog!"

The announcement of this standalone expansion prequel to last year's excellent Wolfenstein: The New Order was an excellent surprise and the news that it was only going to cost about £15 was even better. Fast forward a few short weeks and you can pick up a copy for about a tenner. You're looking at the best bargain of 2015, folks.

While the majority of the last game was set in the alternative version of the 1960s where the Nazis won WWII, The Old Blood takes place towards the end of the war in the mid 40s. You're attempting to infiltrate Castle Wolfenstein, an enormous fortress built into the side of a mountain. The word 'imposing' doesn't really do it justice as you approach it via cable car.

Wolfenstein: The Old Blood Review | "Ein Hotdog!"

I'll not ruin any of the main story beats for you, but the pace never slows down to mild crawl that occurred in the middle of The New Order and there's much less chatting, which is what we want really.

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Wolfenstein: The New Order £27.95 on PS4 at The Game Collection's eBay Outlet

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Jonathan Lester
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Wolfenstein: The New Order £27.95 on PS4 at The Game Collection's eBay Outlet

Wolfenstein: The New Order | Game Collection [eBay] | £29.95
Review

This is the Region 3 version, so you won't receive a Doom IV beta code!  However, the cover, manual and seriously enjoyable shooter itself are in English -- and the PS4 is region free, naturally.

Yet again, TGC's eBay outlet is the cheapest price around by a considerable margin. Thanks to oUkTuRkEyIII @ HUKD!

Wolfenstein: Occupied Edition £34.98 on Xbox One at Zavvi

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Jonathan Lester
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Wolfenstein: Occupied Edition £34.98 on Xbox One at Zavvi

Wolfenstein: The New Order - Occupied Edition | Zavvi | £39.99
Review

The story may be a little too involved for a retro shooter, but Wolfenstein's latest reboot is still oh-so-satisfying when the exposition stops and the shootybangbangdeath begins. Excellent mechanics, great guns and slick visuals make this one to play, especially now that it's coming down in price. We reckon that £49.99 was a big ask, frankly, but £34.98 for the merch-tastic Xbox One 'Occupied Edition' is more like it.

Thanks to Frostygills @ HUKD!

Wolfenstein: The New Order £29.95 on PS4 at The Game Collection's eBay Outlet

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Jonathan Lester
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Wolfenstein: The New Order £29.95 on PS4 at The Game Collection's eBay Outlet

Wolfenstein: The New Order | Game Collection [eBay] | £29.95
Review

This is the Region 3 version, so you won't receive a Doom IV beta code!  However, the cover, manual and impressive shooter itself are in English and the PS4 is region-free.

A quid cheaper than the weekend and finally under that lovely £30 watershed. Thanks to BuzzDuraband @ HUKD!

Wolfenstein: The New Order is only £20.20 at Amazon on PC

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Jonathan Lester
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Wolfenstein: The New Order is only £20.20 at Amazon on PC

Wolfenstein: The New Order pre-order | Amazon | £20.99
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You'll get a 70p saving and the retail disc version instead of the massive 40GB download - though beware a hefty initial update. Thanks to n707301 @ HUKD!

You can alternatively grab the PS4 edition for £32.95 from TheGameCollections' eBay outlet - thanks oUkTuRkEyIII!

Wolfenstein: The New Order £20.99 on PC at SimplyCDKeys

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Jonathan Lester
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Wolfenstein: The New Order £20.99 on PC at SimplyCDKeys

Wolfenstein: The New Order pre-order | SimplyCDKeys | £20.99
Review

If you're howling at the moon and hungry like the wolf fur a shooter to sink your teeth into (what big teeth you have, grandma), you'll say fangs to SimplyCDKeys beclaws their latest deal is snooker-lupine. Enough Wolf puns, though, because Wolfenstein has nothing whatsoever to do with wolves, more shooting future Nazis with massive guns and satisfying mechanics. Thanks to theg @ HUKD!

Wolfenstein: Occupied Edition £39.99 on PS4 at Zavvi

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Jonathan Lester
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Wolfenstein: Occupied Edition £39.99 on PS4 at Zavvi

Wolfenstein: The New Order - Occupied Edition | Zavvi | £39.99
Review

I'm not entirely sure why an old-school shooter crams such an overt and obtrusive story front and centre (rather than explaining it in a .txt file), but Wolfenstein's latest reboot is oh-so-satisfying when the exposition stops and the shootybangbangdeath begins. Excellent mechanics, great guns and slick visuals make this one to play, especially now that it's coming down in price. We reckon that £49.99 was a big ask, frankly, but £39.99 for the merch-tastic PS4 occupied edition is more like it.

Thanks to Chanchi32 @ HUKD!

Wolfenstein: The New Order Review | New Looks, Old-School Spirit

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Matt Gardner
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Wolfenstein: The New Order Review | New Looks, Old-School Spirit

If we had a scale to measure a sort of "grin-inducement factor", Wolfenstein: The New Order would frequently be maxing it out, much of which has to do with the merry gusto with which MachineGames have gone about their business.

It's a shooter that remembers what dual-wielding automatic shotguns is actually all about: a feeling of hysterical power, frequently followed by breathless silence as you empty yourself of all ammo and take a look at the carnage you've wrought as the smoke clears. It's a game that understands the attraction of stealth even when you're bristling with guns, and the importance of making every takedown and knife throw satisfying in accomplishment, and deliciously rewarding in terms of feedback. It's a game that reimplements the FPS lean mechanism when the brightest modern staples have abandoned it.

It might be my favourite throwaway FPS campaign since Singularity.

Our bull-necked hero, William "B.J." Blazkowicz, kicks things off by smashing an Allied assault into the walls of the Nazi General Deathshead's fortress of nightmares. The year is 1946. The assault doesn't quite go to plan, and a spot of bother leads to Blazkowicz spending the next fourteen years in an asylum having been catatonic for almost a decade and a half. In that time, however, the Nazis have won the war thanks to a bunch of giant robots and laser cannons, the Allies have surrendered, and just as Blazkowicz begins to recognise the world around him once more, a bunch of Nazi troops swarm the asylum, start killing the patients and the owners, and our gravelly-voice protagonist has to blast his way out, pausing to save his nurse on the way.

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Pre-order Wolfenstein: The New Order for £17.99 on PC from SimplyCDKeys

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Jonathan Lester
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Pre-order Wolfenstein: The New Order for £17.99 on PC from SimplyCDKeys

Wolfenstein: The New Order pre-order | SimplyCDKeys | £17.99
Hands-On Preview

PC gamers are used to spending considerably less money than their console-owning brethren, and this seems set to continue long into the new generation. Take Wolfenstein: The New Order, which you can pre-order for as low as £37.95 on PS4 and Xbox One, or £17.99 from CDKeys.

The game itself seems set to be fun, intense and perhaps willing to make up for the atrocious last Wolfenstein attempt. Thanks to M1k3strutt3r @ HUKD!

Wolfenstein: The New Order Preview | Hands-On Impressions

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Carl Phillips
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Features
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Wolfenstein: The New Order Preview | Hands-On Impressions

Platforms: PC | Xbox 360 | PS3 | Xbox One | PS4

Developer: MachineGames

Publisher: Bethesda Softworks

Let’s clear something up – I loved Return To Castle Wolfenstein back in 2001. While it was the multiplayer that stole much of my free time (I was the sneakiest of Medics, yo) its single player campaign was fun, challenging, and full of interesting weapons (and foes to use them on.) Fast forward to 2009 and it’s a very different story. Wolfenstein felt incredibly off in almost every aspect with a single player campaign that didn’t engaged me at all, and a multiplayer that had no real focus (don't get me started on those Veil powers... ugh) ultimately being my sole regretful purchase of that year. So, to say I was nervous heading into my hands-on session with the next entry in the franchise was something of an understatement – I really wanted this to be as fun as RTCW.

Sat down in a room with a handful of other journalists, I was allowed to play the beginning of the game in its current Alpha build form, as timeless hero “B.J” Blazkowicz is joined by an team of Allied soldiers raiding the fortress of Wilhelm “Deathshead” Strass, one of the recurring antagonists of the series. It’s here we return to the familiar World War II setting – artillery fire off in the distance, storming castles with huge halls inside, and, of course, many Nazis to kill. Sure, it’s nothing we haven’t seen or played before, but after a somewhat lengthy intro cinematic, it all kicked off.

And to borrow a quote from another infamous gaming series, war has never been so much fun.

Wolfenstein: The New Order Preview | Hands-On Impressions

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Bethesda: Wolfenstein: The New Order More Than A "Mindless Shooter"

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Jonathan Lester
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Bethesda: Wolfenstein: The New Order More Than A "Mindless Shooter"

Bethesda's Pete Hines reckons that Wolfenstein: The New Order won't just be a straight-up slaughterfest, rather, it will have real character and some refreshing gameplay elements. It's a bit like Uncharted, apparently, only a first person shooter with nazi war mechs. So nothing like that then.

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Wolfenstein: The New Order E3 Trailer Rewrites History

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Jonathan Lester
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Wolfenstein: The New Order E3 Trailer Rewrites History

What would the 1960s be like if the Nazis won World War II? The latest Wolfenstein: The New Order trailer poses that question by taking us through some nightmarish perversions of historical scenes (such as four stormtroopers crossing Abbey Road), before getting down to gameplay footage of B.J. Blazkowitz shooting up legions of Nazi war mechs.

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Wolfenstein: The New Order Screenshot Blitzkrieg

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Jonathan Lester
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Wolfenstein: The New Order Screenshot Blitzkrieg

A mechanised army of gameplay screenshots has stormed into our inbox for Wolfenstein: The New Order. MachineGames promise that this alternate history tale will stay true to the spirit of Wolfenstein 3D, and they certainly seem to be making all the right noises (also, war mechs galore). Check out the new shots after the break.

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