If you’ve already played MachineGames’, you know there’s plenty of memorable set pieces across the game’s two acts. These moments, and even more subtle ones, are captured magnificently by Flickr user K putt in astounding 4K detail.
Catch this screen and more in their full 4K glory from K putt here.
Need more reasons to make a return trip to Castle Wolfenstein. At Gamespot, Daniel Hindes explores the allure of the castle — comparing visits from Wolfenstein 3D, Return to Castle Wolfenstein, and the newly-released The Old Blood.
And after the break, catch the latest review scores for The Old Blood…
Softpedia (9/10) – Wolfenstein: The Old Blood is a great follow-up to The New Order, adding plenty of adventures for BJ, not to mention new enemies, weapons, and more. Throw in the Nightmare stages and you have a compelling package with great value for your money.
Attack of the Fanboy (4/5) – “Wolfenstein: The Old Blood pays homage to Return to Castle Wolfenstein in some really neat ways that fans of the long-running franchise will appreciate.”
Metro UK (8/10) – “The Old Blood is a fantastic follow-up (prequel, expansion… whatever you want to call it) and absolutely justifies the asking price”
Shacknews (8/10) – “… a game that feels familiar after last year’s entry in the best of ways.”
US Gamer (4/5) – “… there are few games that offer the kind of rip-roaring action that The Old Blood does.”
Cheat Code Central (8/10) – “The takeaway from Wolfenstein: The Old Blood is simple. If you’re a fan of the series to begin with (meaning you probably already played The New Order) than you’re going to enjoy this title by default.”
Arcade Sushi (8/10) – “MachineGames has given the franchise a tremendous shot in the arm, and even if you never played The New Order, Wolfenstein: The Old Blood is a game you shouldn’t miss.”
Digital Chumps (9/10) – “… MachineGames does a superb job of balancing firefights with exploration with stealth with story moments. It keeps the pace fresh and interesting, and you couple that with a good story and interesting characters and you’re making some noise.”
NZ Gamer (8/10) – “Wolfenstein: The Old Blood has mechanically-sound shooting, gratifying combat encounters, and a stylistically convincing world.”