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Wolfenstein II puts down the chocolate in new trailer

It’s got little to do with the game itself, but the latest trailer for Wolfenstein II is pretty great anyway.

Put down that chocolate

Man is Bethesda doing a bang-up job with the advertising for Wolfenstein II or what? I mean really. First there was that awesome E3 trailer when the game was announced, and now it looks like we’re not done with the peeks into an America that lost WWII.

Trust in Brother

“I’m still going to have to inform on you!” Sometimes life isn’t easy when you’re Ronnie and you’re always getting caught doing FUN (Following Unlawful Nature) things in Trust in Brother – a heartwarming comedy show for the whole family. Giggle your hearts out as the gluttonous Ronnie gorges on milk chocolate bars. Chuckle until your belt buckles burst as Ronnie dances to degenerate music that threatens to send him into a spiral of drugs, crime, and political deviance. But whenever Ronnie stumbles, his big brother Dale will always be there to catch him – and inform on him to the authorities! With a resounding endorsement from our Beloved Führer himself, you’re in for eine großartige Zeit – a hoot of a time! Trust in Brother is filmed before a live studio audience.

I’m sure that the fictional TV show seen here isn’t really in the game at all. It’s just a sort-of viral tease. Still, it’s not a waste since all this stuff adds to the world that has been created. Aside from that, we also get a bunch of fast action at the end of this trailer.

We also kind of know the story at this point, so additional fleshing out of Wolf II’s world is welcome. It’s kind of a simple tale too, with BJ taking a guerrilla war to the Nazi’s on American soil. Not that that answers all the questions, but you know, it tags the biggest one.

Watch for Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus on store shelves this October the 22nd on the Xbox One, PS4, and PC.

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Jason's been knee deep in videogames since he was but a lad. Cutting his teeth on the pixely glory that was the Atari 2600, he's been hack'n'slashing and shoot'em'uping ever since. Mainly an FPS and action guy, Jason enjoys the occasional well crafted title from every genre.

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