Wolfenstein: Youngblood News
Thank god for that
One of the stupidest things about last month's bang average Wolfenstein: Youngblood was that you couldn't even pause the game when you were playing by yourself in an offline state. The game would continue to run in the background while you browsed its menus, but it looks like MachineGames is listening to criticism and adding a...
Wolfenstein: Youngblood, the co-op enabled, lower-priced shooter sequel that sees B.J. Blazkowicz's twin daughters slaughter all kinds of Nazis, has received slightly mixed reviews. Most sites are calling it a perfectly competent and enjoyable shooter, but others are dinging it for lacklustre story elements and stunted character...
You could be forgiven for forgetting
This week sees the release of not one but two new Wolfenstein titles: Youngblood and Cyberpilot. The tangentially related titles will drop on 26th July, with the former introducing co-op to MachineGames’ likeable franchise reboot for the first time. Playing as the so-called ‘Terror Twins’ – the daughters...
Acceptable in the 80s
Wolfenstein: Youngblood is likely a filler game being developed to bridge the gap between the first-person shooter’s next major entry, but an 80s-themed co-op spin-off doesn’t seem like the worst idea in the world, does it? As you’d expect from developer Machine Games, the combat looks tight, the humour irreverent, and...
We were born to kill Nazis
Wolfenstein: Youngblood, the sort of spin-off to the main series' vision of Nazi-occupied America, is releasing this summer on 26th July. Accompanying the announcement is a new story trailer, viewable above. The game focuses on series protagonist B.J. Blazkowicz's daughters in the 1980s, who are putting up a fight against...
Wolfenstein will return next year, in '80s spin-off Wolfenstein: Youngblood. You'll play as series hero B.J. Blazkowicz's twin daughters, in a Nazi occupied Paris. The title will emphasise co-op, but you'll be able to play solo as well.