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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 07:45pm 28/04/15 | 1 Comments
AusGamers was granted a quick 60-minutes of hands-on preview time with Wolfenstein: The Old Blood, click through for our full thoughts.

The game is still a week away, but at a budget price and standalone, with some eight chapters to play through, on top of new weapons, enemies, locations and a prequel narrative setup to Wolfenstein: The New Order, Wolfenstein: The Old Blood is shaping up to be must-have content for fans of the series' reboot.

From our hands-on:
It was the sense that my lungs and nose were filled with thick dust as I moved through fake walkways between crumbling walls and discarded passageways, that reminded me of the brilliance of their original outing, and reassured me that what we’re getting with The Old Blood isn’t just a couple of hours of cutting-room floor content, but strongly designed and well-thought out expansion gameplay -- complete with an equally dark and gritty story in the same vein as what we got with Wolfenstein proper.
Click here for our full hands-on preview.

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Posted 10:59pm 28/4/15
Can't wait.
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