How developers created a Nazi record label for Wolfenstein: The New Order


In the early Wolfenstein games, the developers weren’t that interested in telling a story. You faced a lot of Nazis, and you mowed them down with all sorts of weapons. But with Wolfenstein: The New Order, developer Machine Games and publisher Bethesda Softworks wanted to create an immersive first-person shooter with a gripping story that was like Quentin Tarantino’s Inglourious Basterds. So they went so far as to create their own German-language record label, Neumond Recording Company, with German versions of pop songs from the 1960s. Article continues at