Despite the '2' in its name, you don't need to play Wolfenstein: The New Order to understand Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus. Like the last game, you'll gun down a seemingly endless number of enemy infantry, apart from super soldiers, and giant robots. There's an outrageous set of weapons to use, ranging from triple-barrelled shotguns to flamethrowers spewing fireballs, each of which feels unique in terms of weight, handling, and recoil. They're distinctive, loud, and a treat to use. Most of them are also capable of being dual-wielded, allowing you to wreak twice the havoc. Dual-wielding in Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus, much like in the previous game, isn't restricted to two weapons of the same type either, making it possible to use a shotgun in one hand, and a submachine gun in the other. What does that result in? Watch the video.