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Wolfenstein II will arrive on Nintendo Switch this summer

Wolfenstein II is part of the growing list of major titles destined to land on Nintendo Switch - and Bethesda today announced the official date of publication of the port on Nintendo's console: ...
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Wolfenstein II for Nintendo Switch is under development and Bethesda expects big things ...

After the ports of DOOM and Skyrim, another great title is coming to Nintendo Switch, this time less dated than the two aforementioned titles: the excellent Wolfenstein II, available for a few months ...

Gunslinger Joe has arrived, the first DLC episode for Wolfenstein II

A month ago, Bethesda unveiled its ambitious plans for a tetralogy of narrative DLCs that would expand the story of Wolfenstein II, a series called "The Freedom Chronicles". The first of these ...

Wolfenstein II unveils its plans and launch dates of four ...

Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus has only been out for a few weeks, but Bethesda is already working on a series of DLCs - four, to be precise. If the basic game, like his ...
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Wolfenstein II: 9 new ways to cool the Nazis

The last article on Wolfenstein II brought together many idiots who did not hesitate a second to answer "present" to the call of the demented. The discomfort reached in the comments was superb, so here we go ...
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The Grinder with Bethesda and Wolfenstein: hard-nosed against the Nazis (not only ...

Played, I admit it, with extreme delay compared to its release date, the Wolfenstein saga has entered a straight leg among my favorites. I certainly don't have to explain the ...

GOG turns around, will return to prioritize DRM-free games

Let's go back to talking about CD Projekt and their latest financial report. In addition to confirming the release for 2022 of the Next-Gen versions of Cyberpunk ...

Dying Light 2 Stay Human, the Techland game has entered ...

Tymon Smektała, lead game designer of Dying Light 2 Stay Human, announced through a press release released in the past few hours that the latest effort ...

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