Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus DLC Schedule Fully Detailed

Bethesda Softworks has fully detailed the post-launch downloadable content for Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus.

The new downloadable content will be available separately and in the new “Freedom Chronicles” Season Pass, which enables you to play through three different heroes. A price is set for $24.99 (US) / £17.99 (UK) / $34.95 (AUS).

Here’s the full list of DLC:


Episode Zero
Included with pre-order or Season Pass. Available now.
Episode Zero introduces you 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!


Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus is now available for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. The game is also coming to Nintendo Switch sometime next spring.

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  • Z3DH
  • PaRaLLaXTHeTiCS

    He just couldn’t have been another American Polak after all this time. Nope.

  • PaRaLLaXTHeTiCS

    That’s how you escape the blitz.

  • InkViper

    Former professional quarterback, Joseph Stallion!
    https://i.imgflip.com/3ru9d.jpg

  • Mr0303
  • Mr0303

    The lame ideological marketing really convinced me to wait on the game, but the usual season pass shenanigans is what cemented my decision not to buy it.

  • ProxyDoug

    Jessica Valiant?
    Like Jessica Valente from The Guardian? WTF?

  • ProxyDoug

    The Dishonored Wolf said in his review of the game that the game is a botched down lazy sequel to The New Order, and it’s only receiving positive press due to the marketing campaign.

  • Mr0303

    It is a bit of a stretch to assume that they are referencing Valenti, but the game is made in Sweden, so it’s possible.

  • Mr0303

    A friend of mine played it and from what I’ve heard there are elements of narrative pushing in the actual game, which could’ve appealed to the journos.

  • iswear12

    >A DLC schedule
    >when they had massive problems selling the base game as is
    Let’s see how fast these fags milk what little remains of this cow before it dries up

  • RichardGristle

    Thank God this awful trash was a flop in sales. Maybe they’ll put the series to rest after this.

  • NoobSmoke

    The marketing offended you? LOL im sooo sowwy snowflake.

  • Mr0303

    Where did I said it offended me?

  • Squirrel on crack cocaine.

    Wolf 2 is easily one of the worst sequels I’ve ever played and I was really looking forward to it. Awful controls, dull level design, some really odd cut scenes and just about everything was better in the first game. I didn’t even finish the game before I sold it on eBay.
    Really don’t like the direction the series is going.

  • Belmont

    That is the first thing that came to mind for me too. No proof, of course, but I’d sooner believe it than doubt it at this point.

  • Sean Sharpe

    I’m not sure that there was really any ideological meaning behind the marketing. It was just a riff on Trump’s (stolen) campaign slogan and once upon a time, things like that happened a lot… It’s just that sometime during Obama’s second term, everyone became so damn sensitive when it came to politics.

  • Snorlaxation

    They should’ve gone out on a high note with New order

  • Mr0303

    They didn’t only use Trump’s slogans. They also used modified Antifa ones.

  • Sean Sharpe

    Which one’s in particular?

    Not that antifa has any ownership of slogans that they use either. Oi Polloi were singing “Bash the Fash” since ’93, back when neo-nazis were actually thugs that could, and would, kick your ass instead of skinny white kids posting on /pol/.

    But hey, I’m looking at this from the perspective of an American… Where the Republicans champion small government while eagerly passing more authoritarian laws that will lead to more state control and the Democrats pretend to be champions of the “left”, but just do the same things the Republicans do, but with a bit of identity politics thrown in so that they can trick people into believing they aren’t supporting the same rotten system.

    Either way, in this day of age, folks seem to care more about whether some piece of consumer entertainment fits with their political cult and no one seems capable of liking something that disagrees with their worldview. We live in an age where the free communication of ideas between people is possible and all we want to do is fling shit at each other.

  • Mr0303

    The punching Nazis one. Political violence is not something I approve of.

    “Either way, in this day of age, folks seem to care more about whether
    some piece of consumer entertainment fits with their political cult and
    no one seems capable of liking something that disagrees with their
    worldview.” – folks don’t want to be preached at no matter the political message.

    ” We live in an age where the free communication of ideas between
    people is possible and all we want to do is fling shit at each other.” – and in some cases punch each other.

  • BFG

    Either way, in this day of age, folks seem to care more about whether
    some piece of consumer entertainment fits with their political cult and
    no one seems capable of liking something that disagrees with their
    worldview.

    Because the western games are more and more obvious in their agenda push of white (self-)hatred, diversity (that assumes a cast of only white-looking characters cant be diverse enough, nope, gotta need several shades of brown/black), feminism (making females characters ugly and condescending as much as possible). This is also the truth on western media in general.

    The reason why people retreat to japanese media for instance because japan wasnt influenced by marxist propaganda which destroy any criteria of beauty & quality, and a country’s culture

    We live in an age where the free communication of ideas between people is possible

    Certainly not from an europoor’s perspective

  • iswear12

    >replying to bait

  • Mr0303

    Easily debunkable bait.

  • Sean Sharpe

    “Because the western games are more and more obvious in their agenda
    push of white (self-)hatred, diversity (that assumes a cast of only
    white-looking characters cant be diverse enough, nope, gotta force-add
    several shades of brown/black), feminism (making females characters ugly
    and condescending as much as possible). This is also the truth for
    western media in general.”
    I don’t know. There’s quite a few Western games that I think still have attractive female characters. Some are bitches, sure, but no different than a lot of male characters being assholes.

    Also not sure about why it matters if the cast has brown/black people in it either…

    “This is also the reason why people

    retreat to japanese media for actual escapism because japan wasnt
    influenced by marxist propaganda which rewards ugliness and destroy a
    country’s history and culture. Hence why Japan still has its exotic
    appeal. Japanese devs also still consider games as entertainment and
    GAMES, not some political or “””art””” platform”

    Most Western developers consider games to be entertainment, too. For all the shit the new Wolfenstein gets, go to YouTube and watch any major cut scene and then tell me, with a straight face, that anything in the game had a serious message.

    Likewise, RPGs offering game romance options? It’s not like it’s anything new, with ’98s Fallout having it. I don’t think anyone would say that Fallout 2 was trying to make a political statement.

    Also… are aware Japan has an actual communist party, that holds a small number of seats in government, right? Or that Japan’s second largest political party used to be openly socialist? While Japan leans towards conservatism, especially now, it hasn’t always been the case.

    There’s also plenty of social/political themes in Japan. Hell, the main antagonist in Persona 5 is a fairly typical right-wing Japanese politician.

  • RichardGristle

    New Order and Old Blood were pretty good.

    Then they went ahead and Sweden’d their shit up.

  • BFG

    I don’t know. There’s quite a few Western games that I think still have
    attractive female characters. Some are bitches, sure, but no
    different than a lot of male characters being assholes.

    I dont recall any recent example of female characters being visually appealing in western games.

    For all the shit the new Wolfenstein gets, go to YouTube and watch any
    major cut scene and then tell me, with a straight face, that anything
    in the game had a serious message.

    You mean a game made by Swedes cucks that portray an utopia paradise that you need to destroy it because dem evil racists and “viva anarchist/communism”, a pregnant nude woman in combat in a scene that looks like some cringey fetish porn, a self-hating white hero fighting for the other ethnicities, or the guy stealing a wedding ring from a german corpse to propose for marriage? For a game that is supposed to make the germans the bad guys, they sure managed to make the “hero side” completely unappealing to relate or even like.

    Remember when Wolfenstein was originally just some crazy fun game about Mecha-Hitler, Nazi vampires, german castles, etc ?

    Also… are aware Japan has an actual communist party, that holds a small number of seats in government, right?

    Communism in Japan never really went off because of Inejiro Asanuma’s murder in early 60s, thus preventing the slow infiltration of marxist indoctrination in media and education field like it’s been the case in the West. Current situation in the West also let the Japanese folks aware enough of the crap & lies we’ve been fed for a long time.

    There’s also plenty of social/political themes in Japan.

    It’s nowhere of muh womyn rights, muh trans/gay rights, muh racial diversity, muh racism that are like the sole political messages and intentions that modern western games have been shoving in our throats for a couple of years.

    Keep in mind this shit is also present on other media too (comics and TV for instance) thus making all of this even more obvious and annoying

  • Γεώργιος Αρχαιοκαπηλίδης

    Sweden, huh? That explains everything.

  • NoobSmoke

    “makes claims about the marketing being a certain way but obviously has no fucking clue what hes talking about.” Yeah you arent triggered at all retard.

  • Mr0303

    Try harder.