If you are undecided on whether to purchase Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus as a Christmas present for yourself or a friend or family member, then there is no better time to make the decision than now. A free downloadable trial across all formats offers the first level of Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus, therefore providing an appropriate sample of the quality in gameplay and storytelling to be experienced throughout the game. Also, it is worth noting that your save data from the demo will be fully compatible with the retail game.

It also comes at a time when high street and online retailers are selling Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus at 50% off its launch day price on every platform. For instance, Game has reduced their price of Wolfenstein II with a steelbook case to £19.99 and £37.98 when including the season pass on PS4 and Xbox One, while ShopTo have reduced their price to £19.85 on PS4 and Xbox One. Certain retailers may sell out of their allocated stock, but if that is the case the best advice is to keep a look out as stocks should be replenished during the Christmas sales.

For a definitive review of Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus, you can find my in-depth review right here at Zombie Chimp.

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Jason plays all genres of games and enjoys all different kinds of experiences that the games industry has to offer. Jason’s favourite PlayStation exclusive franchises throughout various eras include: Crash Bandicoot, God of War, Gran Turismo, inFamous, Killzone, Little Big Planet, MotorStorm, Resistance, Spyro the Dragon, Uncharted, Wipeout and various games that never became big name franchises. A special mention goes to Black Rock’s superb Split Second: Velocity as it is rather unbelievable that it will never receive a sequel. Jason now mainly plays modern PlayStation games on home console and portably, but occasionally returns to the old retro classics on the 3DO, PS1 and PS2 such as discovering Cool Spot Goes to Hollywood 20 years after its original release on PS1. Jason is happy to see gaming coming full circle with updates for retro classics such as Alien Breed, Superfrog and Crash Bandicoot.


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