Wolfenstein: The New Order To Not Have Multiplayer
Published on Wednesday, 08 May 2013 07:59
Unlike most modern games with a core shooting mechanic, Bethesda’s recently announced Wolfenstein: The New Order will reportedly not offer a multiplayer aspect as apart of its package, GameSpot was told. The reason? Creative director Jens Matthies is taking the project very, very seriously...
"It’s such a huge part of video game legacy...If there’s a video game museum, Wolfenstein is in the first room. It’s the start of the wave that shaped the world of gaming...On a personal level, I played this when I was younger and it was mind-blowing...I never then of course dreamed that I was going to be working with it. It’s both an honor and a legacy."
There’s no denying the impact the original Wolfenstein had on the video game industry, so Matthies is spot on with that one. Wolfenstein: The New Order is being developed by MachineGames and is set to release in Q4 for the Xbox 360, PS3, PS4, PC, and whatever Microsoft has up their sleeve for next-gen.
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