Let’s see how much math I remember (USD, current Xbox listed prices)
Wolfenstein: The Two-Pack – $30 -> $15
Wolfenstein: The New Order – $20 -> $10
Wolfenstein: The Old Blood – $20 -> $10
Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus – $40 -> $20
Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus Deluxe Edition – $60 -> $20
Wolfenstein: Alt History Collection – 60% off -> $80 -> $32 (thanks @DeoGame)
Wolfenstein: Youngblood (not in this sale apparently) - $30 (currently $24)
Wolfenstein II Season Pass (not in this sale, seems to have all DLC) – $25
Looks like Alt History Collection contains everything in the sale except the season pass for The New Colossus, and comes with Youngblood (which I’ve heard is bad).
That makes it a way better deal, thanks for the correction! It’s tempting at that price.
I really enjoyed the first one but didn’t get into II because they make you kill a defenseless friendly dog right off the bat, consider yourself warned if that’s a problem for you. This is apparently not the case
it’s a fair enough prequel to New Order. It feel more supernatural-ish if that makes sense. I will say that it is a bit easier than New Order. It’s shorter too so pick it for the lore I suppose. I still think New Order is the high point in the series till date
Definitely! These are on that short list of “can’t play” for me. My eyes strain, I get a headache, then my stomach begins to feel uneasy. I have no motion sickness I’m aware of and only Dishonored on console is similar. Bard’s Tale 4 also did this but not until much longer in the play session. I’ve mentioned before I play Doom, Halo, Ace Combat and other heavy motion games with no issues. A side example is camera panning in Witcher 3. Performance mode is fine but visual mode with a camera pan gets that eye strain started. Just had my eyes checked and have better than expected eye health and vision for my age.
I’m hoping a X|S enhancement helps with motion blur and frame rate that could maybe let me play through this set.