Bethesda has confirmed the release dates for Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus' upcoming DLC that'll be spread out all the way up to March of next year. Next month, players will get The Adventures of Gunslinger Joe, aka Joseph Stallion, the former football star fond of tackling Nazis into the ground.
The second pack, The Diaries of Agent Silent Death, releases January 30, and will focus on the exploits of ex-OSS agent Jessica Valiant, an assassin who will fight the Nazi war-machine in California to uncover the secrets of Operation San Andreas. Lastly, The Amazing Deeds of Captain Wilkins will be releasing in March 2018, following Gerald Wilkins as he makes his way to Alaska to take apart Operation Black Sun. Given the promise of "Over nine hours of content" on MachineGames' DLC poster in its roadmap tweet, about three hours for around $8 doesn't sound like too bad a deal.
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The New Colossus is out, it's excellent, and you should probably play it.
As previously announced, the pack entitled The Freedom Chronicles will tell the tale of three heroes completely separate from main game protagonist BJ Blazkowicz's story across three episodes. That DLC episode launches on December 14. You can check out all three characters in "Episode Zero", which is available now for season pass holders and people who pre-ordered Wolfenstein 2.
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Players can buy the $24.99 Season Pass, which grants players the entire Freedom Chronicles collection along with Episode Zero.
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