Xbox Game Pass subscription holders are in for a treat again according to the rumors which tell us that Wolfenstein 2: The New Order is making its way to Xbox One users in the month of October.
September is coming to an end which brought us big games like Halo: The Master Chief Collection, Quantum Break, Aven Colony, Onrush and more for free but Microsoft is looking to take it further with an all-time favourite game like Wolfenstein: The New Order or Wolfenstein: The Old Blood.
This rumor comes through their Twitter page made especially to promote Xbox Game Pass. The Tweet is rather interesting as it shows a wallpaper with Frankenstein riding a wolf which makes it Wolf + Frankenstein = Wolfenstein and trust me, only Wolfenstein fans could figure this out.
— Xbox Game Pass (@XboxGamePass) September 23, 2018
Now with that red background, we can’t think of any game other than Wolfenstein so as October is approaching faster than ever and that’s finally when we will be able to see whether it’s really it or we are just bad at guessing.
It can also turn out to be any game from the series so we are not sure yet but we will have to wait to find out.
Now if that’s not enough for the month of October, Forza Horizon is at the start line waiting to join the list of games for Xbox Game Pass in October which is more beautiful than any previous games in the franchise with more cars and insane customizations.
As for Wolfenstein fans, Bethesda has confirmed that Wolfenstein 3 is finally happening as Pete Hines told Metro in a recent interview:
“Absolutely we’re making a Wolfenstein III,” he said. “They said on stage that they’re taking a break from the larger story to do [Wolfenstein: Youngblood]. But we all have to see how that ends.”
Now if you don’t know, Wolfenstein: Youngblood is a co-op experience but it doesn’t take away anything that makes Wolfenstein franchise one of the most beloved games in the industry. Pete made it clear that Wolfenstein: Youngblood will offer the same experience as other previous Wolfenstein single player titles.