May 20th 2014 7:20 am PT

Wolfenstein: The New Order Now Available on Xbox One

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  • Europe, 1960. The tide of World War II has been turned using a new kind of mysterious, advanced technology. Using unrelenting force and intimidation, a ruthless world power has brought even the most powerful of nations to their knees. The regime now dominates the globe with an iron fist. You are the only man capable of rewriting history. In Wolfenstein: The New Order, assume the role of super soldier B.J. Blazkowicz as he uses elite combat tactics and an arsenal of uber advanced weaponry to take down the most powerful empire the world has ever known. Join forces with a band of dedicated resistance fighters and launch an offensive battle that spans the globe and beyond, as you seek to uncover the truth behind how this regime conquered the world so quickly. Take on massive mechs, super soldiers, and an army of seemingly unstoppable might as you fight to free the planet from a nightmare of unimaginable tyranny.

 






Xbox Games Store, Xbox One By Jeff Rubenstein

  • steven

    Brought wolfenstein on xbox store and have xbox one stereo headset , My problem is the audio not loud enough at 100% I feel maybe the game is only in surround sound ?

    • Nick King

      What’s it like? it’s getting decent reviews.

      • ravenchorus

        it’s fantastic, plays great and crazy story :)

  • Nick King

    As I’ve already mentioned the digital pricing is too expensive, £54.99 in the UK (that’s including VAT for any aliens). I so wanted to go digital but I might just have to wait for it to go on sale sometime in the next 12 months. I can’t justify paying £15.00 more than I can pick the disc version up for.

  • beardyman3218

    Are we ever going to see digital games price match disc based versions? After all they cost less to send out to users if you deduct manufacturing the disc and case the least you could do is price match so your not undercutting retail there is no way I’m buying digital games day one for £54.99 that’s a ridiculous price point.

  • http://soundcloud.com/ViRUSfromMARS Jaffa Cake King

    I was going to buy this digitally but £54.99 is a joke when i can get the physical disc for £39. I shall wait for a sale or not bother with it at all.

  • Mr&Mrs Ninja

    Anybody here bought it yet? How is it? I’m waiting for my gamefly rental but NEED to how good it is. Also if anyone on here uses gamefly or wants to soon, there’s a big sale on 360 and X1 games. Forza, Dead Rising 3, Assassin’s Creed 4, Ryse, COD Ghosts are 24.99 + tax.

  • Gazza!!!

    This has been available digitally for the last week on the X1 market place if you searched. It was priced at £114.99! Got it today on disc and its surprisingly fun, worth it and it should last until Watch Dogs comes.

    • Nick King

      I think was just a placeholder you couldn’t download it.

      • Gazza!!!

        It might of been but I was afraid to click it to find out.

        • evilfangs .

          Can you just imagine some poor soul would have clicked it lol.

    • Shakeslikecrazy

      Yes, that was pretty funny actually. I wonder if anybody ever bought it for that price (if it was possible), just like those -1 msp prices on the Xbox 360 leading to a real world price of a Bajillion dollars…

  • https://twitter.com/Ganon255 Ganon255

    Does the digital version comes with the Doom 4 beta access? Also, digital games need to be $5-$10 cheaper than their retail counterparts.

    • Nick Peck

      Yes they do and we are getting closer to that happening. I hope really soon though as it’s been way to long that digital is still full price across all platforms.

    • kevgallacher

      They don’t have to be cheaper but they shouldn’t be so much dearer either.

  • XPIOK

    Is it just a single player mode or there’s co-op and/or multiplayer?

    • evilfangs .

      Just single player. No multiplayer.

      Apparently is 20 hours long and does have re-playability due to a story choice.

      • Nick Peck

        This game I bought on disc because once I beat it I will hold onto it for a bit but ultimately I will trade it in / sell it. I balance out my digital / physical purchases like this, if I know I will collect / keep a game I buy it digitally. If I plan to just beat it and move on I’ll get the disc and either trade it or sell it towards something else.

        • evilfangs .

          I just buy all my games physical then complete them 100% or as close to 100% as I possible can then just trade them in. Been gaming for over 20 years, I got sick of collecting games a while back lol.

          I traded in my last two X1 games in yesterday. Only got Child of Light and Strider digital which I haven’t completed.

          I use the money I get for trading in to buy another game and just repeat. Got £38 for ghosts and titanfall which is going towards my PS4.

          • Nick Peck

            I only “collect” a few games, like Halo / Gears for examples. I have a few games on my XBO that I should have bought on disc but didn’t, but not a big deal.

            Yah I got a 2nd ps4, luckily for free which is the only reason I’m keeping it. I just can’t find anything worth buying for that system yet. Second son was fun but it’s a beat once and dump type of game (for me anyways). though I did just download Transistor for it so I’ll give that game a shot later.

            But with that said, both systems have some fantastic games in the pipe and I can’t wait to see everything at E3. Still sticking with my XBO as my main console but as the better games for PS4 come out I will play them as well. Worth it to have both in the long run.

      • Dylan

        It’s got access to the Doom beta as well.

  • Nick Peck

    Pretty good so far, standard old school shooter feeling (which was intended). Don’t expect physics and deformable anything which goes in tune with my previous sentence, old school through and through. But that’s not a bad thing. The only thing I’m having an issue with is getting the controls to feel smooth like Titanfalls, for some reason it feels a tad off but I’ll mess with it more later.

    • Dylan

      How is the writing?

      This is made by the main Starbreeze guys (Chronicles of Riddick, The Darkness), and they’re best at gunplay and story. If this has a solid story, I’ll probably pick it up.

      • Nick Peck

        Seems good so far, they give you enough to get started and toss a little in here n there. That being said I’m around an hour in if that as I was installing it at work and only played it for that time. But it’s fun so far, I like it. I have been playing a lot of Titanfall again so I’m having a hard time adjusting to the controls, I have that issue sometimes between several different FPS games ;( (as in with the sensitivity on the sticks)

  • truone

    Please start matching Ps plus prices this is 53.99 on ps4 for the digital version we should have the same kind of deals. I bought the disc version but would have downloaded it if it was at that price. Installing it now game looks to be getting good reviews.

  • roozbeh, again

    Love the easter egg. Major props.

  • roukenmantou

    Japanese Do you have included in the download version of this?

  • fur low

    I heard the graphics are better on the ps4 version.

    • usrev

      at best they will look the same, xbox one simply can’t match the power of the ps4 and since games are actually easier to make on ps4 we won’t see xbox one be better unless they intentionally nerf the ps4 version.

      • Nick Peck

        Kinda funny, watch some of the comparisons that are out now and the ps4 version has a bright look to it vs. the XBO version that looks really good as it is. Not that it matters much, they play and look graphically(except for what I just mentioned) EXACTLY the same.

    • ElektroDragon

      Probably. Let’s wait for a Eurogamer Digital Foundry Faceoff or Lens of Truth to be sure though. I bought it for PS4 just to be safe.

    • beardyman3218

      They both run at 1080p60fps so that would be interesting.

  • Nathanzz

    I’ve got a complaint. The “Ready to start” feature on downloads is garbage. Sure, after installing 15% of the game, you can launch it, then you can play for about five minutes through the first tiny intro segment, but then you can’t even launch the first real mission. The game is two thirds finished downloading, and you’re telling me I can’t even play one actual mission after the intro yet? Wolfenstein isn’t the first game to have this problem, and I’m sure it won’t be the last. “Ready to start” is more like “Ready to stare at a menu screen because you can’t actually play the game until it’s 100% finished downloading.

    • John Smith

      LMAO!

    • Axcalibur

      The best solution would be allowing gamers to “pre-download” the game, like on Steam, then when it launches – we have full access to it right away. Obviously would only apply to pre-orders.

      • Dylan

        Sony does this as well, usually at a discount. Wolfenstein had been $53 for quite a while.

        • Axcalibur

          Props to Sony – but after all the hassle I had with my PS3 and Sony’s customer service, I just can’t be bothered purchasing any more Sony products. Just MS, PC and Nintendo for me. Might change my mind when Uncharted 4 or a new God of War drop, but we’ll see…

          • Nick Peck

            You will have well into next year to see for either of those ps4 games anyways at the least. Those are the ones I’m interested in as well for that system, but other than that I’m only interested in a few other exclusives that are still a ways off as well it seems.

  • Jon Taylor

    £55 for a digital download…..not happening Microsoft.
    Your prices are ridiculous

    • Amkof

      I am far from happy with the price in Canada as well ($70), however you are pointing your finger at the wrong person. Point your finger at Zenimax (the publisher). Blaming MS in this case is like blaming is equivalent to blaming Walmart for milk increasing in price, they are just the retailer posting the price given to them by the publisher.

      • kevgallacher

        But it is the retailer that the chooses the price to sell it at.
        The price listed is just recommended retail price but to stay competitive the retailers choose a lower price. This is what happens in a competitive market. What Microsoft (and Sony) are doing is setting the price artificially high because there is no real competition. There is no way to buy the digital version anywhere else.

        • Amkof

          MS and Sony are in a tough situation. They are price taking retailers now. They let publishers dictate prices now to fix the complaints from last Gen where it was hard for publishers to do their own sales when they want (like steam). However that also means we as customers lose the benefits of competition in the market place because we get the straight up MRSP as it is the manufacturer posting it for sale through MS. The Xbox Store will get hated on either way, it comes down to picking the lesser of the two evils. For me, I will just wait for price decreases and discounts if publishers are going to charge terrible prices.

          • kevgallacher

            But waiting isn’t the best option.
            The best option just now is to buy the disk.
            But that just makes it look like no one is interested in digital when we are. Surely the publisher makes more money from digital than by disk from a retailer so why force us to buy the disk copy? This was supposed to be the generation that moved to digital downloads, but this mess isn’t helping that.
            What they should do to solve it, is put the download codes out to retailers and let them drive the price competitively. Then it allows people to build up a digital collection at the same prices buying disk. Either that or allow some online retailers to sell it through the console itself.

          • Amkof

            Here in Canada there is no difference. Futureshop, Best Buy, EB Games, Walmart and 99% of all retailers are also selling the game for 69.99. I got lucky and had pre-ordered it when Best Buy had their E3 sale on, all pre-orders were $20 off the old prices of 59.99.

          • kevgallacher

            Well here in the UK, £55 = CAN $ 101. Most retailers sell the disk version for around £45 = CAN $ 83
            They are really pushing their luck with this price and there is no justification for it.

      • Pete

        Not the best example. I think you’ll find that it is Walmart, and the like, that set the price of milk.

        I know of a few suppliers first hand that literally get a notice each week from the big supermarkets stating “this is what we want, and this is how much we are going to pay you for it”. That’s just how much buying power they have now.

        • Amkof

          Yes, but I was using Walmart as a basis for the market structure I was referring to that would be relevant to someone outside North America.
          No idea where you live, but Walmart lacks the monolithic power you claim it has here in Canada (or at least we don’t see it), especially considering its savings on Wolfenstein has amounted to a (to the customer) $0.04 difference from Best Buy, Futureshop, and EB Games. On top of that Walmart sees most of its cost savings on high turn over items vs low turn over items like video games, as the companies (like P&G) who sell those high turnover items also have a bit more room to negotiate.

    • Shakeslikecrazy

      Tell it to Bethesda

    • Nick Peck

      Hope you realize it’s the same price on the ps4 lol (though this game is a few less because of a deal in place, but they use the same online pricing structures), but I know, you just have to dig at MS every chance you get. Right?

      • Pete

        Are you sure?

        Last time I looked, about 5 seconds ago, it was £54.99 on X1 and £49.99 on PS4.

  • Axcalibur

    Game looks awesome – but because the idiots at Bethesda are not offering the Doom Beta for Xbox One Digital Downloads (or as they say in their faq “they’re working on it with Microsoft” – but no guarantees), I say screw it. Why should I pay just as much as the retail version, and get less value? Just a bit of added convenience.

    This game will be below $30 within 6 months (at least on sale), I can wait.

    • baconcheeswhiz89

      same here

  • Ross Kemp

    £55 from MS on digital download or the option I went with £42 physical copy that I can swap or trade in and be quids in .
    Dohhhhhhhh MS , just Dohhhhhhhh .

    • beardyman3218

      The pricing of digital games is too much its not just ms either, sony has the same pricing structure for digital. I’m going to keep buying buying disc versions for all my x1 games even with day one delivery its cheaper. We can only hope ms will change this as I cannot see their or Sony’s for that matter,digital games selling well.

      • Shakeslikecrazy

        Yep, because it isn’t MS that determines the release prices, it’s the publishers.

        • beardyman3218

          Hopefully Ms can work towards getting the price points reduce they said a while back they were working on it but its still yet to happen…..maybe one day digital games will at the very least price match retail.

  • ElektroDragon

    Game is awesome! Bought it on my PS4. Have the rental copy coming for my Xbox One to compare graphical differences. Anyone know how much lower the res is on Xbox One this time around?

    • beardyman3218

      Its 1080p 60fps on both ps4 and x1.

    • Shakeslikecrazy

      Nice pathetic trollbait. They’re both 1080p60. But there are image comparisons out there that show a lot less graphical quality (especially textures) on the PS4 side. I think it was on Gamingbolt. Though it’s nothing conclusive, it looks like this will be achieving near parity very well.

      • Nick Peck

        The ps4 version has a really bright / washout look to it vs. the XBO version which looks normal, but it’s not horrible or anything.. But yah, they play exactly the same.

      • ElektroDragon

        Fantastic lies.

        • Shakeslikecrazy

          Like your trolling attempts all the time.

          • ElektroDragon

            I liked your first version better, it was more civil. Anyway, yes, I didn’t do my research this time. Shockingly both consoles do achieve 1080p/60 parity this time. Probably because Bethesda wanted to stay on MS’s good side and decided to develop on X1 as the lead platform and port to PS4 rather than maximizing each platform independently like other developers have. But its literally impossible for the PS4 to have less graphical fidelity than X1 at the same resolution/fps unless the devs gimped the PS4 version or it was a rush port. I will compare and see for myself across both my consoles. If the X1 version is indeed better, than I will exchange my PS4 version for it. But I doubt it. I just want the best console platform for my games. You act like I’m a fanboy, but I’m not. I’m just an incredible graphics bigot who doesn’t like PC gaming anymore.

          • Shakeslikecrazy

            If you truly are a graphics bigot, you shouldn’t have bought into this console generation to begin with as it’s power is already vastly trailing behind that of a current gaming PC that can be bought for nearly the same amount of cash.
            Your recent Trials comments also directly contradict your current statement as there you made it clear that the 1000 achievement points were more important than the slightly less resolution of the Xbox One version.
            I couldn’t care less about a few extra lines of resolution or fps unless it becomes game breaking. A gamer doesn’t care about those things, they want good gameplay and graphics aren’t the factor that determines that.

          • ElektroDragon

            You’re right. In the case of Trials I was a hypocrite. I’ll come back once I’ve had some therapy.

          • http://10minutemail.com Kamikaze Watermelon

            First world problems

          • ElektroDragon

            Of course. Never said otherwise. Perhaps rather than make replies like this you can go join the Peace Corps.

          • Sucka Free

            http://a.disquscdn.com/uploads/mediaembed/images/1044/3799/original.jpg?w=600&h

            I’m not like you, I don’t need to spend all my time hating on a console that I do not own, nor do I lower myself to trolling on Xbox topics, pro or otherwise. I’m too busy enjoying what I have to care about what you think of it or anything else. The only reason I am here now is because for MONTHS you’ve been going around to calling Playstation fans “paupers” and calling it the Pauper station, and what have you. Always the same thing, again and again, and it wasn’t even witty the first time.

            If you love the Xbox, good for you, you should use some to the effort you put into your trolling to let more people know why you love it and think that its better. As it stand, you aren’t even supporting your own console properly.

            that is all I have to say to you, grow up or at least get some new material

        • WARLORD

          “Wolfenstein: The New Order runs at 1080p, 60fps on both the Xbox One and
          PS4, putting it into a minority of titles that achieve the higher
          resolution and frame rate on Microsoft’s console. Ojerfors told us that
          this was thanks to the scaling that the id Tech 5 Engine was designed to
          achieve.”

          http //www techradar com

          • ElektroDragon

            Maybe you should read the whole thread before replying.

    • WARLORD

      Bethesda has announced that Wolfenstein: The New Order will run at 1080p and 60fps on both PS4 and Xbox One.
      The publisher issued a statement to GamingBolt in
      response to reports that the PlayStation 4 version would once again
      boast 1080p and 60fps graphics on the console, reading simply “The Xbox
      One version of Wolfenstein will run at 1080p/60fps.

  • kevgallacher

    When are the UK prices on X1 going to get fixed?
    £54.99 is too much this game can be bought from most retailers at £40-45.
    What are we paying for by buying on X1. We can’t resell the game.
    The game is about 37% more expensive on the console.

  • VRoadrunner

    Two hours in I think the game runs great on Xbox One.

    I know people who haven’t jumped to next gen yet so can someone give their thoughts on the 360 version? All I know is it is spread on 4-discs (and I must add: daaammmmnn).

  • Jon Taylor

    It’s £39 in Asda……£54.99 lol

  • kevgallacher

    The price is only £49.99 now in the UK at least.

  • Guest

    Smooth as butter 1080p60. This game proves most other developers are lazy bums making their games run on the Xbox One.

  • Huw Gibbs

    Umm…Microsoft? Question. Why are you selling this on your online store for £54.99 but I can buy it online in other stores for £39? In fact I can walk into my local Asda and pay £39.

    Perhaps you enjoy ripping off your customers? Oh no, wait, I’m sorry. You’re a charity aren’t you? Here, take my money, your need is clearly greater. Those champagne parties don’t fund themselves!

    • kevgallacher

      Its only £49.99 now but still too dear.

 

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