Wolfenstein 2: The Deeds of Captain Wilkins DLC Drops Today

The Freedom Chronicles

The Deeds of Captain Wilkins will tell the story of Captain Gerald Wilkins (duh), a U.S. Army Veteran and resistance fighter who travels to Nazi-controlled Alaska.

The third and final piece of "Wolfenstein 2" downloadable content titled "The Deeds of Captain Wilkins" will be here in no time. "On the run since the Nazi war machine levelled Manhattan with an atom bomb, Wilkins returns home to reunite with an old comrade and dismantle the deadliest weapon ever made - the Sun Gun", the PlayStation Store description reads.

"Gather "round, lovers of freedom!"

That's right, the last DLC in the Freedom Chronicles trilogy is here, which comes after the adventures of Jessica Valenti, I mean Jessica Valiant, and sees you playing as Low T...

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The latest DLC for Bethesda's first-person shooter, Wolfenstein 2 has just dropped today is available today on PS4, Xbox One, and PC, Bethesda and MachineGames have confirmed.

Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus and The Amazing Deeds of Captain Wilkins is out now for PC, PS4, and Xbox One. The Deeds of Captain Wilkins will be available free for Season Pass holders, while everyone else can snap it up for £7.99.

This expansion brings US Army hero Captain Gerald Wilkins into battle on a mission to a Nazi-occupied Alaska. The base game is $29.99 / £19.99 / €29.99, and the Digital Deluxe Edition which includes the season pass is $39.99 / £27.49 / €39.99.



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