Wolfenstein Developer Repeats Obnoxious “Nazi Occupation of America” Rhetoric at E3 Show

Le·gal In·sur·rec·tion | 6/14/2019 | Tyler Hummel
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This past week has come and gone with the year’s largest video gaming show. Every June, E3 (Electronic Entertainment Expo) is used as a trade show for the largest video game developers to show off their slate of upcoming games for the next two years. Bethesda Softworks brought back the development team of the newest series of Wolfenstein games to show off footage for their soon to be launched spin-off game Wolfenstein: Young Blood.

The team, mostly based out of the Swedish studio Machine Games, has gained a lot of attention since the 2014 relaunch of the series Wolfenstein: The New Order. The critically acclaimed relaunch of the series that became the first successful first-person-shooter game in the 1990s Return to Castle Wolfenstein was one of the most popular and well-regarded shooter games of this generation.

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And then 2016 happened. In the lead up to the game’s immediate sequel Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus, the social media team of the game quickly gained attention for their willingness to pick fights with Alt-Righters and Neo-Nazis on twitter. Granted it probably isn’t fun to have your comments section filled with anti-semites and racists spamming you for anti-Nazi propaganda but the development team seems to have gone hard into embracing the leftist/Antifa notion that the Trump/Brexit victories were the first signs of a resurgence of fascism in the west.

Three years later, the team is still making allusions to fighting the “Nazi Occupation of America” with a smirk that says “yah you know what we meant by that.”

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This would all just be tedious pandering and dog whistling to the leftist “Punch a Nazi”/Antifa crowd if it wasn’t already clear that the far-left already regards most of the American Right as fascist. Dan Harmon, famous co-creator of Rick and Morty, famously stated that he thought 29% of...
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