Your word counts!

 

NEW

 

 

Suggest new maps, help us to improve the clan, talk about changes, and much more..

Everyone can participate in the discussion!

 

By means of a CHAT we have now made it possible for everyone to have a say in #j4f| !

 

 

--> HERE YOU CAN PARTICIPATE <--



Post reply

Name:
Email:
Subject:
Message icon:

Attach:
Help (Clear Attachment)
(more attachments)
Allowed file types: doc, gif, jpg, jpeg, mpg, pdf, png, txt, zip, rar, csv, xls, xlsx, docx, xlsm, psd, cpp
Restrictions: 4 per post, maximum total size 1024KB, maximum individual size 512KB
Verification:

shortcuts: hit alt+s to submit/post or alt+p to preview


Topic Summary

Posted by: OverdoZed
« on: April 25, 2018, 08:52:42 am »

https://youtu.be/qr6Q_kqo9_M


We've known Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus is coming to Nintendo Switch for a while now, but until
this point we didn't know precisely when. Now, publisher Bethesda has announced the shooter's port
launches on June 29.

The Switch version will be the "complete, uncensored" game, according to Bethesda, and the company
has just released the first official gameplay footage of the game running on Nintendo's hybrid console.
Take a look at that above.

The port is being handled by Panic Button, the same studio responsible for bringing another visually
intensive first-person shooter, Doom, to Switch. We got our first hands-on opportunity with the Switch
version of Wolfenstein II at PAX East 2018 earlier this month; you can see how the game looks running
in docked mode here.

We learned recently that the physical Switch version of The New Colossus will require an additional download
to run. This is not uncommon for Switch games, but it may mean you'll need a micro SD card to play the
cartridge version. The port costs $60 in the US, with international pricing yet to be revealed.

Wolfenstein II originally released in October 2017 and was one of the most acclaimed games of the year.
GameSpot's Kallie Plagge awarded it a 9/10 in our Wolfenstein II review and said, "Despite some heavy-handed
moments that feel like missteps in its message, satisfying Nazi-killing action bolsters its completely bonkers
storyline in a way that only Wolfenstein can achieve."

Source: GameSpot

Shoutbox - Should not be used for support questions!

View Shout History

2015-2018 #j4f|