Wolfenstein: Youngblood – new battle against Nazi


The background of the game Wolfenstein: Youngblood was set in Paris in 1980. This time the protagonist is Jess and Soph, the daughters of the first actor in the Wolfenstein series, “William J. Blazkowicz”, about how they were trained to become elites against Nazi Germany. The player will play one of the two, looking for the missing father in the Nazi-occupied Paris.

Publisher Bethesda Softworks announced today (28) that the award-winning development studio “Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus”, MachineGames, and Arkane Studios Lyon have teamed up to launch a new collaborative adventure game “Wolfenstein: Youngblood” scheduled for July 2019. On the 26th, it was put on the platform such as Xbox One/PS4/PC/Nintendo Switch.
Wolfenstein: Youngblood shows the most open experience of the Wolfenstein series to date. In a new operational base deep in the catacombs of Paris, develop a careful plan of how and when to attack and destroy the Nazi regime.

In addition, the company also disclosed more details about its collaborative games. Specifically, it means that users who purchase the Deluxe Edition can invite a friend to play the game online at once, without using the Buddy Pass of the game at no extra cost. As long as they play with the luxury version owner, the selected friends can download and play their favorite content for free. Then they can upgrade to the full game and play with their own friends anytime, anywhere. Or, if you don’t like the idea of ​​playing games online with your friends, you can take advantage of the help of AI teammates.

The Deluxe Edition also comes with a range of cosmetics as part of the Cyborg Skin Pack, and players who book any version of the game will receive a series of cosmetics called Legacy Pack. Pricing for these two versions has not yet been announced.

Wolfenstein: Youngblood will come to PS4, Xbox One, PC and Nintendo Switch. Star sisters Jess and Sophie are looking for their lost father and the series of determined BJ Blazkowicz.

Bethesda recently confirmed that Youngblood – and Rage 2, Doom Eternal and more titles from publishers – will still be released on Steam, although recent PC game trends are skipping Valve’s Epic equivalent store.

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