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Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus DLCs detailed and dated

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Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus is one of the best shooters of the year and if you don't believe me read my review. One of the things we knew was coming was DLC and it will be arriving much sooner than you think. Bethesda highlighted the plans for the next few chapters in the game and while Episode Zero has already been released, players can look forward to three new episodes releasing over the course of the next few months ending in March with the last pack. 

The new content will include over nine hours of gameplay across these new chapters as you take on new roles of new characters in the game. Starting on 14 December, players will take control of Joseph Stallion, a former NFL quarterback who fights back against the Nazis. The episode will take place in Chicago and even see you head to space, again, to take care of the threat. 

The second pack, The Diaries of Agent Silent Death, releasing on 30 January will focus on an ex-OSS agent Jessica Valiant who is an Assassin who will fight the Nazi war-machine in California to uncover the secrets of Operation San Andreas. The final DLC pack, The Amazing Deeds of Captain Wilkins, will release sometime in March 2018 and focuses on US Army Captain Gerald Wilkins who travels to Alaska to stop Nazi Operation Black Sun. 

All the DLC but Episode Zero which is currently free will be included in the Season Pass. You can grab the Season Pass now for R399 across PS4Xbox One, and PC and be ready for when the DLC releases. If you would rather wait then the DLC will be sold separately when each one releases.

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