In Wolfenstein: The New Order, you assume the role of William B.J. Blazkowicks, and very American patriot who ends up in a comma in 1946 after taking shrapnel to the head. He soon wakes up in 1960 and learns that through the access of advanced technology, the Nazis have won World War II and have taken over the world.
The game contains a significant amount of violence, swearing and sex. Players assault rifles, sniper rifles, and other weapons to kill Nazi's in over the top ways. Players are frequently able to blow off enemies limbs or heads with their weapons, and slit throats of enemies through stealth takedowns. Sometimes the player can straight up blow up enemies into gory chunks with a laser weapon or grenades.
Cutscenes contain even more over-the-top depictions of violence such as an up close camera angle of a man slitting a Nazi's throat, a Nazi repeatadly stabbed to death, a Nazi beaten and interrogated while bound in a chair, and last but definatley not least, a very gruesome scene in which one of B.J.'s old friends is tortured and killed. During the scene B.J.'s friend's eyes are taken out by a scalpel, out on a table as a machine cuts open his back and peels the skin on his back revealing his spinal cord, a drill drilling a hole in the back of his head while another machine sucks his brain out. There is another scene where a Nazi comes into a mental asylum and shoots every patient in the head with a pistol, and kills two innocent doctors.
But that's not all, there are not one, but TWO sex scenes in the game. One of those scenes depicts a woman gyrating on top of another mans pelvic area, while another scene shows a man thrusting against a woman on a table. (Neither of these scenes contain nudity, though not obscured well either.) Though it's not a sex scene to just be a sex scene. It shows how two characters relationship evolves and develops. There is one extra scene where a character, heavily inspired by Jimmi Hendrix, gives the player a drop of acid. The player then has hallucinations, and is also rewarded with an armor upgrade. The words "f**k", "Sh*t", appear in the dialogue, as well as one instance of the word "c*nt".
Another note to add is that since this game is about Nazis taking over the world, there is A LOT of heavy subject matter, and should be taken into consideration if sensitive to such material. Though the game does the absolute opposite of endorsing or promoting the acts of the Nazi Regime.