Wolfenstein: Youngblood Review - A Captivating Tale of Two Sisters

Wolfenstein: Youngblood is another triumph for the series. Here's our review...




Release Date: July 26, 2019

Platform: PS4 (reviewed), Xbo, PC, Switch, Stadia

Developer: MachineGames & Arkane Studios

Publisher: Bethesda

Genre: First-person Shooter

At first glance, the novelty of Wolfenstein: Youngblood is that it takes the frenetic, modernized gameplay from the MachineGames-developed titles in the series and adds co-op functionality. But what makes the game truly unique and memorable is the way the two-player co-op is seamlessly integrated into the game’s over-the-top, unexpectedly touching story.

The narrative follows Sophie and Jess, the twin daughters of “the man who killed Hitler,” Bj Blazkowicz, who are well on their way to becoming as badass as their deadly dad. Bj has gone missing, so the twins, guided by their family friend, Abby, dive behind enemy lines in Nazi-occupied Paris to find him. The way the story between the sisters is set up
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