Instead of talking about what's new, let's take a look at this easter egg in which you take a nap and play through the first level of Wolfenstein 3D. It's not the first time those iconic sliding doors have made their way into a modern game and it surely won't be the last. It's become tradition.
Truth be told, this secret is one of the cooler things I've seen about The New Order. I mean, it's not going to get me to rush out and buy a copy, but if and when I play the game, I'll seek it out. It's a good thing no one is around to hear me shout "Mein Leben!" to myself repeatedly.
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