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Continue the fight against the Nazis in Wolfenstein II’s post-launch dlc

You bet that the fight will continue against the Nazi regime in Wolfenstein II’s post-launch downloadable content.

Roadmap to victory. Or DLC. Either way.

Of course there’ll be dlc for Wolfenstein II. Of course there will. You probably could have guessed as much, since this is a pretty big game and that’s just the way things are now. But actually, Bethesda actually announced that this was coming a while ago. If you’re unfamiliar though, it actually sounds like some cool stuff.

A trio of new heroes star in three new post-launch episodes for Wolf II, all of which sound cool. Each one will be available separately, or as a part of a collected pack. That’s been dubbed The Freedom Chronicles” by the way, and will run you $24.99 USD.

Here’s how it breaks down, including release dates:

  • Episode Zero
    Included with pre-order or Season Pass. Available now.
    Episode Zero introduces players to Joseph Stallion, Jessica Valiant and Gerald Wilkins as they fight for freedom in the American Territories. Blast your way through Nazis using unique abilities and an arsenal of guns in this opening DLC mission.
  • The Adventures of Gunslinger Joe
    December 14
    As former professional quarterback Joseph Stallion, smash through Nazi hordes from the ruins of Chicago to the vastness of space!
  • The Diaries of Agent Silent Death
    January 30
    As ex-OSS agent and assassin Jessica Valiant, infiltrate Nazi bunkers in California and discover the secrets of Operation San Andreas!
  • The Amazing Deeds of Captain Wilkins
    March 2018
    As the US Army’s renowned hero Captain Gerald Wilkins, embark on a mission to Nazi-controlled Alaska to dismantle Operation Black Sun!
  • The Freedom Chronicles Season Pass is available now for $24.99. Each episode can also be purchased separately.

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