Wolfenstein: The New Order Cheats, Codes, and Secrets

Wolfenstein: The New Order is one of the best action games you can ever find. With four cheat codes readily found throughout the game, this games promises more fun and new twist to the game’s normal Nazi-killing action. Whether or not Wolfenstein fans agree to this notion is a matter to be judged after playing the game. The following are the codes with the descriptions of the modes they represent. Unlock the different game modes by entering their respective enigma codes in the game’ menu.

The 999 Mode

In this mode, B.J.Blazkowitz gets unlimited grenades and ammo and his health also get overcharged to 999. The difficulty level you are playing on is the Uber difficulty.

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Wolfenstein the new order cheat codesHardcore Mode

Here the cheat code removes all your armor and health pickups from the game. It also sets up the difficulty level to Uber. When playing this mode always prepare yourself adequately as death might come easily.

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Ironman Mode

The ironman mode is definitely the most difficult mode in the whole Wolfenstein game. In this mode, the Uber difficulty comes with permadeath. This that you only get one life chance to use in the whole game.

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Walk In the Park Mode

This game mode is pretty much simple compared to the others. This, however, does not mean it’s a walk in the park as its name suggests. The mode sets the difficulty level at “I Am Death Incarnate” a level below the Uber difficulty. Another thing worth noting is that it also removes the entire HUD element from your screen. This means that you will have a lot of guesswork to do while playing this mode.

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The above Wolfenstein: The New Order Cheats, Codes, and Secrets promises nothing but real fun and adventure during the game. Try them out and experience the adrenaline rush while playing the game. Even though this was an Xbox 360 game, you can now play it on Xbox One too thanks to the backward compatibility campaign.