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Wolfenstein 2: The Amazing Deeds of Captain Wilkins

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Based on 4 critic reviews
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Game Information

Available on:PlayStation 4Mar 12, 2018
Xbox OneMar 12, 2018
PCMar 12, 2018

Developer: Machine Games

Publisher: Bethesda Softworks

Your mission to liberate America from the Nazis has only just begun. Continue the fight in The Deeds of Captain Wilkins, the third in a series of three DLC packs available as part of the Wolfenstein® II: The Freedom Chronicles. Gun down Nazi enemies as US Army Captain Gerald Wilkins! On the run since the Nazi war machine leveled Manhattan with an atom bomb, Wilkins returns home to reunite with an old comrade and dismantle the deadliest weapon ever madethe Sun Gun. Grab your guns and deploy the Battlewalker to gain tactical advantage as you infiltrate Alaska’s Nazi-fortified Kodiak Island and crush Operation Black Sun. Only you can overcome the Nazi threat in…The Freedom Chronicles!
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Reviews

Captain Wilkins stars in the latest Wolfenstein II DLC and, although he puts a lot of effort into it, it will not stay in our memory for long. Two hours scarce more fun Wolfenstein II style but with situations that we have already lived again and again.

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Captain Wilkins cannot single-handedly carry the weight of whole The Freedom Chronicles. It closes this series of DLC content in a pretty mediocre way.

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The final part of Wolfenstein 2's DLC Season Pass is lots of fun, but it's probably the worst episode.

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The Freedom Chronicles finish off with yet another dull, repetitive rehash of the worst parts of The New Colossus' gameplay, with only a glimmer of the charm and none of the world-building that elevated the main game above its issues. Compared to The New Order's excellent The Old Blood expansion pack, these snippets of mediocrity are an insult. Skip the Season Pass entirely, I beg you.

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