Bethesda have confirmed a release date for Wolfenstein: Youngblood, the upcoming co-op shooter that was originally announced at E3 last year (and can also be played entirely solo, don’t worry). The game launches on July 26- and it’s also been confirmed that it will be releasing day and date on the Nintendo Switch as well, as has been previously rumoured, and as Bethesda themselves have previously suggested as well.
A new trailer for the game has also been released, which gives us a deeper look at what the setup is going to be. We play as BJ Blazcowicz’s twin daughters, Jess and Soph Blazcowicz, also known as the Terror Twins, in the 1980s. BJ has gone missing, going underground and apparently not wanting to be found, but his daughters have found a lead that suggests their father is in Paris. What ensues is some good old Nazi killing bombastic action. Take a look below.
We can expect to hear and see a lot more of Wolfenstein: Youngblood soon. The game’s probably going to be at Bethesda’s E3 show in June. Meanwhile, they recently confirmed that on PC, the game will also be available through Steam. Read more on that through here.