The Wolfenstein video game series is a long-running first-person shooter franchise that has been around since 1981. The series centers around the adventures of protagonist William "B.J." Blazkowicz, who battles against various enemies throughout history, including Nazis, demons, and other supernatural beings. The first game in the series, Castle Wolfenstein, was a stealth-based game that was released for the Apple II computer by Muse Software. However, the series is most well-known for its ID Software 1992 revival, Wolfenstein 3D, which is considered to be one of the first popular first-person shooter games. 2014 lead to a second revival of the series with MachineGames and Bethesda Softworks making Wolfenstein: The New Order. Throughout the series, the player is tasked with completing missions and objectives, often involving the destruction of Nazi forces and their leaders. The games are known for their intense action, immersive environments, and memorable characters. If you would like to know how Wolfenstein's B.J. Blazkowicz is related to Doom's Doomguy, check out the Doom/Wolfenstein Timeline.