WOLFENSTEIN YOUNGBLOOD UPDATE
The Bethesda E3 2019 Conference is set to begin in under 20 minutes. You can watch all the action on the above Twitch stream.
Stay tuned, we'll update this page with any and all info about the game as it's announced.
Wolfenstein Youngblood Release Date NEWS: E3 2019 Gameplay, Trailer and Updates? (Pic: Bethesda)
Bethesda has certainly made an impact since their first E3 conference in 2015. That first event showcased incredible titles like Doom, the criminally-underrated Dishonored 2, and gave plenty of details on Fallout 4.
Since then, we've seen yet more Skyrim ports, Elder Scrolls digital card games, The Evil Within 2 and Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus.
We also got Prey, its excellent Mooncrash DLC, and Quake Champions – so Bethesda certainly offers plenty of variety in each conference.
Last year's showcase was a mixed bag – Walmart Canada may have stolen Rage 2's thunder but it still caught many by surprise, while Doom Eternal looks like a worthy follow-up to the 2016 reboot. Unfortunately, much of the conference was dedicated to the now infamous Fallout 76 while also taking a strange turn towards Elder Scrolls: Blades, a mobile game.
We did at least get an acknowledgement from the publisher that a new Elder Scrolls 6 is coming, albeit not until after Starfield – a new sci-fi game which is itself likely a few years away from release. Don't uninstall Skyrim just yet, folks.
Bethesda heads into E3 looking to win back the hearts of customers after the Fallout 76 debacle. Launching in a buggy state is nothing new for one of the company's products, but Fallout 76 pushed the limits of what constitutes an acceptable product. A snafu with the game's limited edition bag and accidentally leaking players' personal data didn't help things, either.
This year's Bethesda conference is being held at 01:30 am BST on 10th June, so let's hope it's worth staying up for. It'll probably last about ninety minutes, so get some matchsticks to prop your eyes open.
Wolfenstein: Youngblood – What We Know So Far
Announced at last year's conference, Wolfenstein: Youngblood is the third entry in the post-reboot, Machine Games developed Wolfenstein universe. While the prior games have been developed exclusively by Machine Games, this time around they're being backed up by the excellent Arkane Studios who's recent output includes Prey and its DLC. Panic Button is handling the Switch port.
This chapter is set in the 1980s and focuses on B.J. Blazkowicz's twin daughters – Jessica and Sophia as they fight their way through Paris to try and save him. Both protagonists are playable, and co-op is included so you can play through the entire non-linear campaign together. You can also opt for an AI companion if you'd prefer.
It seems highly likely we'll see incredibly violent combat, with stealth sections and plenty of explosive weaponry. The Wolfenstein titles have quietly been two of the best shooters of this generation, so we're itching to jump back into its alternate history timeline.
Leaning into the game's co-op focus, Youngblood's Deluxe Edition will feature a "Buddy Pass" which allows a player to share a second copy of the game with a friend.
Wolfenstein: Youngblood – Release Date
At the time of writing, Youngblood is very close to release. While Wolfenstein 2's Switch Port arrived Read More – Source[contf] [contfnew]