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Bullet-riddled launch trailer for Wolfenstein: The Old Blood

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Zombies and Nazis.

If they're still making video games 100 years from now, you can guarantee these bothersome chaps will still be cropping up. Wolfenstein has been using them since 1981, and as the trailer for its latest instalment proves: if it ain't broke, keep shooting it.

The Old Blood is the dungeon storming prequel to 2014's The New Order, which sees square-jawed Blazkowicz descend upon castle Wolfenstein in the year 1946 in a story that spanning eight chapters across two interconnected stories (all bundled in one release).

If you've been bereft of blood, bullets and heavily accented backchat, you're in luck.

Wolfenstein The Old Blood is now available for Xbox One and PlayStation 4

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