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[Steam] Wolfenstein II 2: The New Colossus - £7.49 - CDKeys
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[Steam] Wolfenstein II 2: The New Colossus - £7.49 - CDKeys

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Posted 9th Jul
Daily deal, and possibly the cheapest I've seen. I've used Gamivo for the price comparison, if anybody does know of it cheaper elsewhere, please do let me know





Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus is the highly anticipated sequel to the critically acclaimed, Wolfenstein: The New Order developed by the award-winning studio MachineGames.

An exhilarating adventure brought to life by the industry-leading id Tech 6, Wolfenstein II sends players to Nazi-controlled America on a mission to recruit the boldest resistance leaders left. Fight the Nazis in iconic American locations, equip an arsenal of badass guns, and unleash new abilities to blast your way through legions of Nazi soldiers in this definitive first-person shooter.
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Great game, I'm playing through it again at the moment and it still holds up really well. Well worth £7.49.
Salazaar09/07/2019 14:37

Great game, I'm playing through it again at the moment and it still holds …Great game, I'm playing through it again at the moment and it still holds up really well. Well worth £7.49.



It's the 2nd one, friend. Only released late 2017.
Dog.09/07/2019 14:59

It's the 2nd one, friend. Only released late 2017.


Does that make it less great or less worth £7.49?
Salazaar09/07/2019 15:02

Does that make it less great or less worth £7.49?


No, totally worth the money and probably the cheapest I've seen it, but when you say it 'holds up' its only 18 months old and not from 2012 or something.
Cannot recommend this game enough. It’s p stressful at time, don’t lose your head!!
if you want to just do the one playthrough i suggest signing up to the microsoft gamepass for a month its £1 for first month and it has the likes of metro exodus,prey,wolfenstein 2, so you can play all these great games for £1
new to pc gaming. I have only ever played consoles. if I play pc games with a controller I understand I'm at a disadvantage?. with this not being an online game would it be a good starting point trying to use a mouse and keyboard? I dont want to get annihilated online straight away. it's stressful being a beginner lol. do I have to customise buttons or are they pre made for pc games using a mouse and keyboard?
Edited by: "daveykinetic" 9th Jul
daveykinetic09/07/2019 17:01

new to pc gaming. I have only ever played consoles. if I play pc games …new to pc gaming. I have only ever played consoles. if I play pc games with a controller I understand I'm at a disadvantage?. with this not being an online game would it be a good starting point trying to use a mouse and keyboard? I dont want to get annihilated online straight away. it's stressful being a beginner lol. do I have to customise buttons or are they pre made for pc games using a mouse and keyboard?


You'll probably find what keys suit you. I'm a leftie, so I absolutely have ot customise every game almost. I can't do WASD, arrow keys work for me. And I use the numpad for inv selection which might normally be 1-9 for a "normal" person. Ctrl for jump, numpad 0 for crouch etc.. But it works for me.

Some games still play, dare I say 'better', with a controller on PC, but mostly casual ones. I rarely play multiplayer, competitiive games, but I'd imagine on PC a KB+mouse will beat a controller. Certainly in higher "professional" (*sigh*) gaming circles. Others with more experience may argue differently. It's whatever suits you at the end of the day.
nickclarkson09/07/2019 18:09

You'll probably find what keys suit you. I'm a leftie, so I absolutely …You'll probably find what keys suit you. I'm a leftie, so I absolutely have ot customise every game almost. I can't do WASD, arrow keys work for me. And I use the numpad for inv selection which might normally be 1-9 for a "normal" person. Ctrl for jump, numpad 0 for crouch etc.. But it works for me.Some games still play, dare I say 'better', with a controller on PC, but mostly casual ones. I rarely play multiplayer, competitiive games, but I'd imagine on PC a KB+mouse will beat a controller. Certainly in higher "professional" (*sigh*) gaming circles. Others with more experience may argue differently. It's whatever suits you at the end of the day.


thanks for the info mate
daveykinetic09/07/2019 17:01

new to pc gaming. I have only ever played consoles. if I play pc games …new to pc gaming. I have only ever played consoles. if I play pc games with a controller I understand I'm at a disadvantage?. with this not being an online game would it be a good starting point trying to use a mouse and keyboard? I dont want to get annihilated online straight away. it's stressful being a beginner lol. do I have to customise buttons or are they pre made for pc games using a mouse and keyboard?


FPSs are generally better suited to KB&M but if you're not used to it, it might take some getting used to. The default setup for most games is fine, certainly this one is perfectly suitable. Though one of the great advantages of PCs in general is how configurable they are - if you don't like the way the developer has set up the keys you can usually change them, and not just the keys themselves, things like the mouse sensitivity and direction in either plane (X and Y - damn you inverted Y!) are usually configurable.

TL;DR You'll be fine, just give it a go and change what you don't like. And if you really still can't get on with it just plug in a controller
Salazaar10/07/2019 11:57

FPSs are generally better suited to KB&M but if you're not used to it, it …FPSs are generally better suited to KB&M but if you're not used to it, it might take some getting used to. The default setup for most games is fine, certainly this one is perfectly suitable. Though one of the great advantages of PCs in general is how configurable they are - if you don't like the way the developer has set up the keys you can usually change them, and not just the keys themselves, things like the mouse sensitivity and direction in either plane (X and Y - damn you inverted Y!) are usually configurable.TL;DR You'll be fine, just give it a go and change what you don't like. And if you really still can't get on with it just plug in a controller


thanks for the advice. I appreciate it. I bought the laptop mainly for music production but I'd like to play the odd game on it too. I got the deal off here a couple of weeks ago. I think it was a really good deal for what I got. not expecting it to run games at high settings. low to medium and I'd be happy for what it is
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