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Owed to its heritage, Wolfenstein: The New Order is presented as a very traditional first person shooter, a finely-tuned one with a few surprises, but pretty vanilla. You can mix it up a little bit however, and one way Bethesda is reminding us that can be accomplished is by opting for "stealth or mayhem":
BJ Blazkowicz is the resistance's best hope of taking down General Deathshead's army, but how will you achieve victory? In our newest gameplay trailer, we provide a look at alternate paths through an early chapter of the game.
Watch the video below for a demonstration or each approach.

Wolfenstein is due to launch in Australia and New Zealand on May 20th on the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC.




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