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Wolfenstein: The New Order Stamp by LoudNoises Wolfenstein: The New Order Stamp by LoudNoises
"While I was gone, they set the world on fire. It wasn't a war anymore: it was a remaking. Some losses are inevitable. Some... unthinkable. Now they've built a new world. Armies of steel and thunder. They're rewriting history. But they forgot about me."

Set in an alternative history, William “B.J.” Blazkowicz finds himself waking up from a 14 year coma to find that the Nazis have won the Second World War, and they rule the world with an iron fist. Soon, after reuniting with some old friends, B.J. must embark on an impossible mission to take down the man himself, Deathshead.

NOTE: this game is a fictional story set in an alternative universe in the 1960s, and is not intended to and should not be construed in any way to condone, glorify or endorse the beliefs, ideologies, events, actions, persons or behaviour of the Nazi regime or to trivialize its war crimes, genocide, and other crimes against humanity. Because of this, the German version of the game will replace the Nazi symbol on the swatchka armbands with the Wolfenstein "W".

Pre-ordering the game will grant the players access to a beta for another upcoming reimagining... DooM, and pre-ordering the game on Steam will also grant the players 2 TF2 items for the Heavy.
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yazackak Featured By Owner Sep 14, 2015  Student Writer
Yay Wolfenstein! One of the best shooters I've played.
c0bra5t0rm Featured By Owner Apr 21, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
How can I use this stamp?
starkillerclone-g Featured By Owner May 16, 2014
Replacing the symbol would be the same as saying it never existed, which is not a good thing to do.
LoudNoises Featured By Owner May 16, 2014
Yeah, well that's Germany for you. As far as I know, it's illegal there to display or talk about anything related to the Nazis, hence the reason why the German version will have the Wolfenstein "W" instead of the Nazi symbol.
starkillerclone-g Featured By Owner May 17, 2014
Where did you hear that that was the case? All I knew was that in Germany it's illegal to deny that the Holocaust happened.
LoudNoises Featured By Owner May 17, 2014
Not sure, to be honest. I guess Germany is that sensitive when it comes to Nazis
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