First modern co-op Wolfenstein adventure.
Wolfenstein: Youngblood is a action shooting game made by Machine Games & Arkane Studios and published by Bethesda Softworks. Nineteen years after the events of Wolfenstein II, BJ Blazkowicz has disappeared after a mission into Nazi-occupied Paris. Now, after years of training from their battle-hardened father, BJ’s twin daughters, Jess and Soph Blazkowicz, are forced into action. Wolfenstein: Youngblood features the most open-ended Wolfenstein experience to date. From a new base of operations located deep in the heart of the Paris catacombs, plan how and when to attack and dismantle the Nazi regime.
Release Date: 25 Jul, 2019
Developer: Machine Games, Arkane Studios
Publisher: Bethesda Softworks
Genre: Action, Shooting
Steam Download – Wolfenstein: Youngblood
OS: Win 7
CPU: AMD FX-8350/Ryzen 5 1400 or Intel Core i5-3570/i7-3770
RAM: 8 GB
GRAPHIC: Nvidia GTX 770 4GB (Current available GPU GTX1650) or AMD equivalent
HDD: 40 GB
OS: Win 10
CPU: AMD FX-9370/Ryzen 5 1600X or Intel Core i7-4770
RAM: 16 GB
GRAPHIC: Nvidia GTX 1060 6GB (Current available GPU RTX2060) or AMD equivalent
HDD: 40 GB
- Team up with a friend or play alone.
- Complement your playstyle and customize your appearance.
- Level up, explore, and complete missions to unlock new abilities, weapons, gadgets, cosmetics, and more.
Wolfenstein: Youngblood Trailer
Wolfenstein: Youngblood Review
Wolfenstein: Youngblood is a new concept for the franchise and the Arkane's hand touches the game design. Youngblood offers a great gameplay loop that will likely keep FPS fans busy for a few dozen hours, even if it doesn't quite deliver in terms of character and world-building. It has a few interesting breadcrumbs about what happened in the aftermath of Wolfenstein II, including the fates of a couple characters, but this outing is mainly focused on the exploits of its dynamic duo. As far as protagonists go, Jess and Soph are likeable goofballs – a detour from their sad-sack papa – but they don’t have any real character development. MachineGames continues to raise the overall level of the Wolfenstein franchise, although it could have taken more advantage of the cooperative and there is excessive grinding.