Bethesda Calls Reaction to Wolfenstein 2's Nazi-Killing Trailers “Disturbing” - Game Revolution

Pete Hines, Bethesda's VP for PR and marketing, has branded the reaction to Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus's trailers "disturbing," adding: "We don't feel it's a reach for us to say Nazis are bad and un-American." In an interview with GamesIndustry ...

Bethesda Defends Using Wolfenstein 2 To Make Political Statements - One Angry Gamer (blog)

In a recent interview GamesIndustry.biz conducted with Bethesda's VP of marketing, Pete Hines, they talked about how the social media marketing for Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus has gone decidedly proactive in making political statements while ...

'Make America Nazi Free Again' slogan in Wolfenstein II enrages right-wing gamers - International Business Times, Singapore Edition

'Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus', the first person shooter video game, which is due for release on October 27, 2017, has fallen in the midst of controversies as a new promotional tweet from the game's developer Bethesda Softworks carried a video of ...

Right-wing gamers are furious about the Nazi-killing in 'Wolfenstein II' - Mic

In a new promotional tweet for its upcoming video game, Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus, developer Bethesda shared a video clip of Nazi soldiers marching, with the caption “Make America Nazi-Free Again. #NoMoreNazis #Wolf2.” The video itself is just a ...

Bethesda: Wolfenstein II Is Not A Comment On The Alt-Right Or Antifa - The Daily Caller

The creators of the upcoming video game, Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus, have responded to claims that the title references current politics and indicts President Trump for his supposed association with the alt-right — a baseless claim often touted ...

Bethesda Talks Nazis - "We're Not Worried About Being On The Right Side Of History Here" - Comicbook.com

Bethesda's Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus has been continuously pumping out epic video after epic video to get fans hyped up to step back into the boots of BJ Blazkowicz. The Wolfenstein franchise is a 20 year old legacy that has continued on the ...

Bethesda reveling in Wolfenstein II's anti-Nazi themes - Neowin

It used to be that if you saw a swastika in a game, you knew you had to kill those bad guys, disrupt their plans, and make life miserable for them. However, under today's political climate, it isn't as clear-cut anymore. So Bethesda's Wolfenstein II ...

#NoMoreNazi is now controversial: New video game sparks online backlash - Salon

We have now reached a point in American politics in which it is controversial to make Nazi-killing the point of a video game. The video game in question? Wolfenstein 2. The offense? A trailer for the soon to be released video game with the tweet "Make ...

Wolfenstein, a Gaming Franchise About Killing Nazis, Gets in Twitter Spat About Nazis - Popular Mechanics

If you don't remember basic plot line of 1992's Wolfenstein 3D, allow me to sum up: You, William Joseph "B.J." Blazkowicz, are a WWII American spy held captive in Castle Wolfenstein. Level by level you shoot your way out, killing a slew of Nazis in the ...

A new video game is using 'Make America Nazi Free Again' as its main ad slogan - Business Insider

"NOT MY AMERICA" trumpets a new trailer for upcoming first-person shooter "Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus." The capitalized text, overlaid on video of goose-stepping Nazi soldiers marching through the streets of the game's fictional 1960s America, is ...

Bethesda embraces anti-Nazi stance: That's 'what Wolfenstein represents' - PC Gamer

You might think that "Make America Nazi-Free Again," backed by the "NoMoreNazis" hashtag, would be a fairly uncontroversial position to take, especially for a game like Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus. Nazis, after all, are the Universal Bad Guys, and ...

Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus' “Not My America” Ad Sparks Controversy - RealGear

October is definitely a busy month for the video game publisher Bethesda. The Evil Within 2 is set to release next Friday (Oct.13), followed by the highly anticipated shooter Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus. Nazis have never been a source of ...

Bethesda VP of PR says it's 'disturbing' that Wolfenstein II can be considered a 'controversial political statement' - GameZone

The Wolfenstein franchise has been taking on Nazis since the release of Castle Wolfenstein in 1981. You could say, fighting Nazis is a staple for the franchise. The latest advertisements for the upcoming addition to the series, Wolfenstein II: The New ...

An upcoming Nazi-killing game is attracting attention with a Trump-style slogan - Aberdeen Evening Express

It looks like the hotly anticipated game Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus just got a bit more political. The Bethesda Softworks game is set in Nazi-occupied America in 1961, in an alternate universe where the Nazis won the Second World War. Ahead of ...

Wolfenstein II isn't shying away from the fact that fascism is on the rise in America - Entertainment.ie

You only need to look at the events in Charlottesville or the fact that someone like Stephen Bannon is - or at least was - in a position of great influence in the White House to know that fascism and white supremacy is bubbling over in America. The ...

Wolfenstein II Marketing Takes a Not-So-Subtle Stance Against Real World Controversy - GameZone

Nazis. They're bad, right? Obviously. They've been the bad guys in countless forms of entertainment. Movies, comic books, video games, especially ones like Wolfenstein. Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus is a game about an alternate reality where Nazis ...

Nazi-Killing Video Game 'Wolfenstein II' Angers Nazis With 'Make America Nazi-Free Again' Slogan - Newsweek

It's a hell of a time in America when a video game taking an anti-Nazi stance is considered by some to be too controversial. Yet here we are. The video game Wolfenstein II, the latest iteration of an exercise in killing virtual Nazis, has angered Nazis ...

Bethesda's Collaboration with Titan Comics Expands Game Worlds - GeekReply (press release) (blog)

Lately, Bethesda has gained a lot of popularity. Sure, the company became somewhat popular thanks to RPG franchises such as The Elder Scrolls and Fallout, but ever since Bethesda published games like Dishonored, The Evil Within, and Wolfenstein: The ...

Wolfenstein II “Not My America” Advertisement Boasts A Powerful Message - MMOExaminer

One thing is for certain, and that is that October boasts a month of two massive releases for Bethesda. Joining The Evil Within 2 will be the highly anticipated shooter Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus, and has brought with it a powerful advertisement ...