Not only is the game half price right now, but you can also play the entire first level for free. If you decide to upgrade to the full version of the game you will find all your progress will carry over. Over on Steam, where it's got a surprising "mixed" rating, Wolfenstein II is now available at 50 percent off the normal price as part of the Black Friday sales, bringing it down to a bargain $29.99.
Wolfenstein: The new Colossus is just one of those examples, and Bethesda is now letting you start the game for the low price of nothing. Basically, just search Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus in your games store of choice and the demo should pop up alongside the full game. "Wolfenstein: The New Colossus subverts the old-school shooter tradition by featuring an incredible cast of characters with varied personalities in a world that makes you want to explore more and more of the society it features". The review called it a "thudding, explicitly violent game that doesn't mind looking into the heart of the people involved in this war".
"The New Colossus" follows the story of BJ Blazkowicz, who is leading the Resistance against the Nazi regime.
A new free-trial demo is now available, that offers the game's first level for PlayStation 4, Windows PC and Xbox One.