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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 11:17am 30/08/13 | 3 Comments
Bethesda gave AusGamers a chance to get hands-on with Wolfenstein: The New Order at both E3 and Gamescom this year, the experience from both of which is compiled in one handy hands-on preview for you today.

While this new Wolfenstein has sparked some dialogue among fans for its lack of a multiplayer mode, developer MachineGames, which is made up of ex-Starbreeze members, has a stronger pedigree in solid single-player design, all of which I'm happy to report has made it through in leaps and bounds with The New Order.

Click here for our Wolfenstein: The New Order hands-on preview.



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badfunkstripe
Posted 11:56am 30/8/13
Thank god they don't play multiplayer. Most games don't need it. It's just a waste of time and resources. Why spent all this time on a mode that'll be mostly dead a month after the game comes out.
demon
Posted 01:18pm 30/8/13
i would prefer if it shipped with co-op play... online co-op rules.

if it's cheap enough i'd probably play it for a bit of nostalgia.
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