I played them both at E3 and I am really enjoying Youngblood now.
“Blazkowicz.” The name that makes Nazis shake in their stupid, fascist,
goose-stepping boots. This time though, it’s BJ’s twin daughters, Jess and Soph,
carrying on the family tradition, giving Nazi scum in Paris two ass-kicking reasons
to pack an extra pair of unterwäsche for their patrol.
MachineGames, in partnership with Arkane Studios Lyon, today released Wolfenstein:
Youngblood, the vaunted Wolfenstein series’ first co-op game, for PC, PlayStation 4,
Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. Packing more player choice, weapons, upgrades, and
abilities than ever before, Wolfenstein: Youngblood is one of the biggest – and most
dynamic – Wolfenstein games yet.
· Watch the launch trailer here:
Wolfenstein: Youngblood combines MachineGames’ brutal, fast-paced FPS action with
Arkane Studios Lyon’s unmatched environments to create a version of Nazi-occupied
Paris full of diverse, open-ended exploration and combat options. Sneak along
Parisian balconies or go in guns-blazing as Jess and Soph Blazkowicz hunt for their
missing father and take down the Nazi regime.
Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot Release Today
Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot, the VR experience that puts players in the cockpit of Nazi
war machines, also released today. A MachineGames production developed by Arkane
Studios Lyon, Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot casts the player as a hacker taking over
drones, Panzerhunds, and more to smash, burn and shoot their way through the
fascists embroiled in the once-beautiful Paris.
For more information on Wolfenstein: Youngblood or Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot, please
visit the game’s official website here
[https://bethesda.net/en/game/wolfenstein-youngblood]. Players can also check out
the FAQ here [https://bethesda.net/en/game/wolfenstein-faq].