Wolfenstein: Youngblood - Bethesda - Nintendo Switch

A new story trailer dropped for Bethesda’s upcoming two-woman army reign of terror that was announced at last year’s E3 — Wolfenstein: Youngblood. BJ Blaskowicz’s progeny is set to punch a gaping hole through the Nazi regime and we’re all going to have a front-row seat to the devastation. Previously, it was up in the air as to what platforms we could expect to see Wolfenstein: Youngblood appear on. While Xbox One, PS4, and PC were a given, a Nintendo Switch version was always in question. But now, the trailer confirms that a Nintendo Switch version will launch alongside the other console versions on July 26, 2019.

If players pre-order, they can get their hands on a legacy pack, which looks like it includes player skins and special weapons. The game is set in “New Paris” during 1980. The Nazi machine, now known as The Greater Reich, is in power, and BJ is an old and seasoned vet as he is showing his age. His daughters are leading the charge in the continuing fight against the Nazis as the trailer seems to indicate that their father has gone missing. Characters from the previous games will also make an appearance. It looks to be like another fun Wolfenstein romp that we will enjoy yet again!

Killing Nazis with friends

Wolfenstein: Youngblood also focuses on co-op play. If the two sister protagonists didn’t already tip you off, now you know. So, grab a buddy and reign down fury and devastation upon the Nazis together! If you do choose to go solo, an AI controlling the other sister will cover your six. Youngblood will supposedly set the stage for Wolfenstein 3. It’s also exciting to see Bethesda recognizing the Switch with day and date releases for both Doom Eternal and Wolfenstein: Youngblood on the console.

Are you excited for Wolfenstein: Youngblood? Will you be grabbing a buddy to charge through Paris with in co-op mode? Let us know in the comments section below!

Chris Hinton
Accountant by day, video games enthusiast by night.  Somewhere in between all of that, I'm a husband, dad, and generally a giant man-child, too.  If a game is all about action, there's a safe bet I'm playing it.  I started laying waste to virtual worlds as a youngin' on the ol' Atari and haven't stopped since.

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