Wolfenstein: The New Order is the first game in the series to be officially released in Germany, and to make that happen developer Machine Games had to do a little self-censorship on their Nazi killing simulator. The main change is anything referring to Nazis. Instead the bad guys are referred to as "The Regime."
Eurogamer took a detailed look at all the changes German gamers can expect, from all the emblem replacements to the way characters speak about their enemies. Thankfully, the brutal violence was left intact. Look at them Nazi heads exploding.
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destructoid's previous coverage: Wolfenstein: The New Order