The post-launch DLC support for Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus finally concludes with the release of "The Deeds of Captain Wilkins."
The third and final chapter of the "Freedom Chronicles" trilogy is now available. The expansion can be bought on its own for $9.99 or alongside all of the previously released content via the season pass for a sale price of $14.99. The discount is currently applicable to the PC version available on Steam and the base game is likewise on sale for only $29.99.
Meanwhile, the game's Digital Deluxe Edition that comes with everything only costs $39.99m which seems like a great deal.
The Final Battle
As the title suggests, the last mini-campaign for the Bethesda-published shooter will follow the exploits of Gerald Wilkins, a U.S. Army veteran tasked with a dangerous mission. Based on the trailer, he must battle the Nazis in order to prevent the use of the Sun Gun, a weapon described as the "deadliest weapon ever made" by the Third Reich.
The third and final chapter of the "Freedom Chronicles" DLC allows players to experience the game with three different characters. These are Joe Stallion for "The Adventures of Gunslinger Joe," Jessica Valiant for "Agent Silent Death," and now, Gerald Wilkins for "The Deeds of Captain Wilkins."
A Different Kind Of Fighter
Similar to the previous DLC installments for Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus, "The Deeds of Captain Wilkins" will showcase new weapons and some new enemy units. Also, the expansion mission features Nazi-infested Alaska as the new location.
Players will notice that the gameplay violence gets a little gory compared to the previous two expansions. Wilkins is prepared to take down opponents with a combat style that is a little more brutal than others.
The video shows him chopping and dismembering some of the Nazis that he encounters. Additionally, his stolen experimental walker gives him the advantage of being on the high ground during the mission.
Just like the first two expansion packs, players must have advanced to chapter two of the single-player campaign. The new content will be available via the main menu or the submarines SAS machine.
A Third Game In The Works?
Earlier this month, Bethesda announced the schedule for its 2018 E3 conference along with a short trailer. Most gamers do not expect the developer to immediately announce another sequel to the FPS, but there might be news related to Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus.
"The Deeds of Captain Wilkins" might be the end of the "Freedom Chronicles" series of content. It does not mean, however, that the game developer will not possibly launch a new batch of DLC for the franchise in the near future.