The Laserhund is a new enemy encountered in Wolfenstein II, the new Colossus. A completely quadrupedal machine, it combines the appearance and aggressiveness of the Kampfhund with the agility, armor, and firepower of the UberSoldat. As stated in the name [...]
A new breed of robot and a substitute in some respects for the lumbering Guard Robot, these androids are built to be human-sized, in stark contrast to the heavy Guard Robot models seen in post-war Europe and elsewhere. With a skeletal head and a powerful [...]
The Zerstörer (German for Destroyer) is a heavy robot unit encountered in Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus. They behave similarly to Super Soldiers, having a rocket charge and dual-wielding heavy guns, in this case a pair of very deadly Ubergewehrs. [...]
Herr Faust (German for “Mr. Fist”) is the result of the Nazis’ cold sense of practicality applied to forced labor camp management. This terrifying robot guard is used for a variety of tasks inside the camp beyond discouraging prisoners [...]
The Baltisches Auge (German for “Baltic Eye“), also known as the Stomper, is an enemy machine in Wolfenstein: The New Order. It first appears during the prologue at the beachhead surrounding Deathshead’s compound.
Drones (German) are aerial robots used by the Nazis in the 1940s and 1960s. The WESPE drone is an unmanned combat aircraft controlled by a basic AI unit. It was developed in the late 40s by Dr. Ludwig Wald, one of Germania’s top radio engineers, as [...]
The Prototype Robot (German: Prototype-Roboter), also called “Machine Man (German: Maschinenmensch)” by Deathshead, is the penultimate boss of Wolfenstein. It is operated by the disembodied brain.
Guard Robots (German: Wachroboter) are large mechs used by the Nazis in the 1960’s. They are heavily armoured but slow moving. The development of advanced mechanized war units was one of General Deathshead’s major contributions to winning the [...]
Larger than the Heavy Robot that preceded it with a sleeker curved aesthetic, the Zitadelle has a heavily armoured body, though its weapon arms seem to be more vulnerable than its torso to small arms fire. Its weapons are derived from less advanced [...]
Heavy Robots (German: Schwerer Roboter) are large mechs used by the Nazis in the 1960’s. These are heavy class military grade robots, the state-of-the-art in the field of advanced mechanized unit design. These bad boys carry Superlaser cannons and [...]
The Super Soldiers deployed in occupied North America feature significant modifications to the design, including a new face mask, the addition of a frontal armor plate to protect the throat and an enlarged backpack. Unlike their slow, lumbering [...]
Like most things that exist in both time periods, the 1960 version of the Supersoldaten is essentially a technologically advanced version of the earlier 1946 type, with the majority of the updates being related to their equipment. Despite their upgraded [...]
Supersoldaten (Übersoldaten), or Super Soldiers as they are commonly known, are heavily-armored biomechanical enemies. The Supersoldaten is a new breed of 7 to 8 ft tall super soldiers engineered by General Deathshead himself. They are created from human [...]
Kampfhunde are armored and genetically (later mechanically) augmented German Shepherds employed by the Nazi military as a type of attack canine. Armed with bodily augments and sharp teeth, they are fast on their feet and can close the distance between [...]
The Panzerhund 1960 is the evolution of the first prototypes and production model created by General Deathshead during the war. As envisioned by the General in one of his fevered visionary dreams, it is a super-efficient murder machine encased in titanium [...]
A Panzerhund (German for “Tank/Armored Dog”), is a Nazi robotic hound that appears in the world of Wolfenstein. The Panzerhund 1946 was one of the first prototype robots to come out of General Deathshead’s workshop. According to [...]