Wolfenstein II DLC

Bethesda Softworks has revealed the timeline for Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus’s DLC releases following the game’s launch last month.

‘The Freedom Chronicles’ is a four-part story campaign that puts players in control of three separate characters, with each seeking to repel the Nazis from different parts of America. The first piece of content, ‘Episode Zero’ was launched alongside the base game and introduced the playable characters for the upcoming content drops.

The first of those episodes puts players in control of Joseph Stallion, a former quarterback, in an action-packed adventure in Chicago. ‘The Adventures of Gunslinger Joe’ will be available on December 14.

The second piece of content promises to put a premium on stealth, as it stars assassin Jessica Valiant aiming to infiltrate bunkers in California. ‘The Diaries of Agent Silent Death’ is scheduled to arrive on January 30, 2018.

Finally, ‘The Amazing Deeds of Captain Wilkins’ will round up Wolfenstein II’s post-launch content, and feature a war hero heading to Alaska to dismantle Operation Black Sun. Unlike the other two, this piece of content only has a vague release window of March 2018.

All three of the DLC episodes can be purchased individually, or, as has become standard practice, can be purchased as a bundle at a slightly lower cost. In this case, the DLC may be worth the price of admission, as Bethesda is promising that the various expansions will add more than nine hours of play time to the already-expansive single-player offerings of the core game.

OnlySP’s review of Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus was delayed by external circumstances, and the verdict is expected to arrive early next week.

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