Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus has received a new trailer–but it’s a little different from most video game trailers. Instead of concentrating on new guns, new enemy types or the array of locations you’ll fight in, the majority of the trailer highlights a naughty child, seemingly acting in a wartime comedy show. Some gameplay does emerge towards the end however–take a look above.
Wolfenstein II’s E3 reveal was similar–it aped TV footage from decades gone by in the form of mock game shows, ads, and cartoons, before showing gameplay footage later on. It’s certainly a change from the usual affair of Big Dudes With Guns, that’s for sure.
In other Wolfenstein news, publisher Bethesda has announced a double pack containing both the 2014 reboot, The New Order, and its standalone expansion, The Old Blood. The bundle is coming on August 22, costing US $30. The company also revealed The New Colossus’s DLC plan and season pass just last month: the shooter will receive four expansions, together costing US $25 / £18 / AU $35.
We recently got our hands on the shooter, and we think it makes the most of its American setting. For more, check out 24 minutes of Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus gameplay. The game is coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on October 27.