Wolfenstein: Youngblood is a first person shooter developed by MachineGames and Arkane Studios and published by Bethesda. It serves as a sequel to Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus, taking place 19 years after its events.
The game focuses on the twin daughters of series protagonist BJ Blazcowicz as its main protagonists, as they search for their father after he went missing. The game can be played solo or co-operatively.
Fans of MachineGames' Wolfenstein series shouldn't be worried about the series, says Bethesda's VP of global marketing Pete Hines.
Project Winter, Ghost of a Tale and Jurassic World Evolution also coming this month.
Xbox One subscribers will also get Death Squared on February 13th.
The update is free and adds a lot of new Nazi killin'.
Patch 1.0.5 is now live for PC, with the console patch still to come.
Bullet sponge enemies, lack of checkpoints, and more to be fixed.
Here's how to locate the weapons necessary for each sealed door.
Head to head comparison between all leading platforms of Wolfenstein Youngblood.
No more accumulating unlimited Silver Coins for unlocking everything.
Youngblood is a decent stopgap before we get to the true sequel to The New Colossus.
Make killing Nazis easier for yourself with these tips.
You are wolves, and these are your woods.
There's a lot of lite-RPG mechanics to be found in the upcoming shooter.
But don't expect for it to happen in Youngblood's Stadia release.
Youngblood's co-op has opened the door for MachineGames to attempt more online stuff with future projects.
"It’s about these two young women transitioning from adolescence to adulthood," says executive producer Jerk Gustafsson.
"We’re working together with Nvidia on that," says executive producer Jerk Gustafsson.
“We don’t try to distance ourselves from that," says executive producer Jerk Gustafsson.
The game's file size on Switch has also been revealed.
"We are doing so many new things with this game compared to what we have done previously," says executive producer Jerk Gustafsson.
Just in time for Wolfenstein: Youngblood.
The two new upcoming Wolfenstein titles have wrapped up development.
Get your rig ready for Nazi killin'.
Prepare for trouble- make it double.
The game was developed in roughly 18 months.
That's if you tackle every activity in the game.
Weapon upgrades can not be purchased with real money, however.
Bethesda hypes up the upcoming shooter ahead of its release.
31 games have been confirmed, with more announcements coming at E3 and beyond.
The co-op shooter will support ray tracing and Nvidia's Adaptive Shading technology.
It looks like BJ's daughters, unsurprisingly, were "born to kill Nazis."
"I say that genuinely, rather than as some trite PR answer," says senior producer John Jennings.
The team has their eyes on another classic id Software franchise.
"There’s a lot more activities and side-missions that you can do in Wolfenstein: Youngblood than in previous Wolfenstein games," says executive producer Jerk Gustafsson.
Everything you need to know about Wolfenstein: Youngblood.
Bethesda's shooter will come with a download code instead of a physical cartridge on the Switch.
Port wizards Panic Button continue to hold the keys to Bethesda's Switch kingdom.
Bethesda have released a new trailer for the upcoming first person shooter.
Bethesda capitulates at last, offering PC players the choice they always wanted.
Bethesda may be bringing the next Wolfenstein game to the Switch.
Wolfenstein 3? Youngblood? Bethesda is being purposefully vague, it seems.
We haven't seen the last of these series.
MachineGames' follow-up is the "same game" even without its co-op component.
I mean, if it uses the same engine as The New Colossus, that does make sense.
The game can be played co-op.