Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus arrives on the Switch in June

Sheri Evans
April 25, 2018

Bethesda Softworks have announced that Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus will be released on June the 29to the Nintendo Switch.

Wolfenstein II sends players to Nazi-controlled America on a mission to recruit the boldest resistance leaders left.

I love my Nintendo Switch because with four kids in the house it's the easiest way for me to play games.

Alongside the release date, we also get a trailer, which you can enjoy below, showing a few bits of gameplay and cutscenes.

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We reviewed the game on the PS4 previous year and said: "It's hard to believe that both The New Order and The Old Blood have been topped, but MachineGames has done it again with The New Colossus". Motion controls look to be used for pouring Gasoline out, but we're not shown any Motion Control aiming. Additionally, the title will require an internet download.

Now that Wolfenstein 2 is available for pre-order on the eShop the file size for the game has been revealed.

There's good news on that front too, as porting duties on Wolfenstein II are being handled Panic Button, the same studio that brought DOOM to the Nintendo Switch. Considering that Wolfenstein II released for console and PC in 2017, it couldn't have been easy to make the game playable - or enjoyable - on Nintendo's comparatively underpowered console/handheld hybrid.

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