What you need to know
- Wolfenstein: Alt History Collection is now available on Xbox One, PS4, and Steam.
- It bundles up the most recent games in the series, including The New Order, The Old Blood, The New Colossus, and Youngblood.
- It is available for $80 at the Microsoft Store.
What better way to spend your week (and weekend) than playing the Wolfenstein: Alt History Collection, now available on consoles and PC. This compilation contains The New Order, its DLC, Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus, and Youngblood, its foray into co-op. If you need help doing the math, that equates to a lot of dead Nazis.
From war torn Europe in the 1940s, to 1960s Nazi-occupied America, to the fascist infested streets of 1980s Paris – strap in for a heart-pounding adventure as you forge new alliances and rally fighters to push back the Nazi war machine.
You can pick up the bundle for $80 on the Microsoft Store, which is about what you'd pay for just the first two games and its DLC. In total, you're looking at about $110 worth of games here, so think of it as essentially getting Youngblood for free.
For all that free time that you have now
If you missed out on the recent Wolfenstein series, now's the perfect time to pick it up and start playing arguably the best games the franchise has ever had. Speaking from experience, we highly recommend it.
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