Wolfenstein: Youngblood, the first co-op shooter in the Wolfenstein series where players will take on the mantle of B.J. Blazkowicz’ twin daughters, is coming to PC a day early.
Still set for a July 26th release on PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch and Xbox One, it is not known why the PC release has been brought forward. It may be related to the upcoming QuakeCon, which kicks off on July the 25th also, but at this time we do not have further information. At the time of writing Steam has yet to update the release date, still advertising a July 26th release, but as the information has been shared both by the Wolfenstein and Bethesda Twitter accounts it seems it will be updated globally shortly.
Wolfenstein: Youngblood is a co-op adventure set after the event of Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus. Set in the 1980s, players will search for the missing B.J. Blazkowicz in Nazi-controlled Paris. Playing as one of his twin daughters, or both of them in co-op mode, players will hunt down their missing father. Reported to take a lighter tone than some of the previous games, Wolfenstein: Youngblood is the first co-op game to be released in the Wolfenstein universe.
The game is set to launch on PC on both Steam and the Bethesda Launcher on July the 25th, with a release on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch a day later on the 26th. A release on Google Stadia will follow at a later point. For all your Wolfenstein news, Youngblood or otherwise, keep your weapons trained on the Green Man gaming Community pages.