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Don’t Forget the Collectables In Wolfenstein 2 for Nintendo Switch

Earlier this week, I told you about Wolfenstein 2’s storyline. Today I want to tell you about something different: Wolfenstein 2’s in-game collectables. These collectables don’t seem to do much, as far as I can tell, but they do tend to reveal even more about the world of Wolfenstein 2. Let’s take a look at the wonderful world of collectables in Wolfenstein 2 on the Nintendo Switch.


In Wolfenstein 2, you should look everywhere. Every shelf, every corner, every ammo depot, every dead commander. Just basically keep looking around in this game because you’ll find interesting things to collect.

From Nazi music to toys to concept art and beyond, there is a bunch of stuff to find in each level of Wolfenstein. These items don’t seem to do anything but they do help make Wolfenstein 2’s world seem more real. I guess thats a good thing…

My favorite thing to collect in Wolfenstein 2, so far, is the concept art. Its basically a neat little behind the scenes of the game found within the game. Though I really like the little trading cards you find and the various letters and newspapers too. Its amazing how many different things you collect in this game!

In the game’s menu, you’ll be able to take a look at everything you’ve collected. Its all very well organized. Its neat to just go into this section of the menu and look around. Of course, this all looks great on TV, but its even better to look at this menu in portable mode on the Switch so that you can get a closer look at each item.

You don’t have to collect any of these items, but its fun getting these things and seeing what each of them are. Some, like the newspapers, have real meaning to them while other things like the Trading cards are just strange collectables.

The world of Wolfenstein 2 is so well fleshed out. The backstory was thought out and the items you find in each place you visit just keeps making the world feel more like something that could be. That is such a frightning thought.

Have you played Wolfenstein 2? What collectables have you found?

Keep an eye out next week for my review of Wolfenstein 2 for the Nintendo Switch!


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blank Daniel Fugate has wanted to be a writer since he was seven years old. He has a bachelor's degree in English and he's a huge Animal Crossing fan. The Wii U and 3DS are currently his favorite video game systems!

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