Published: Thu, March 28, 2019
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Wolfenstein: Youngblood is a cooperative take on the Nazi-wrecking franchise

Wolfenstein: Youngblood is a cooperative take on the Nazi-wrecking franchise

"Someone has to buy Wolfenstein: Youngblood's Deluxe Edition, and then share its "Buddy Pass" with a pal, and the two of them have to be playing the game together at the same time". With the code, someone can play Youngblood with you in co-op for free. Deluxe Edition owners can bestow their Buddy Pass on any one person at a time, and that person is free to install Youngblood and play through the entire game with their pass-giver.

Anyone playing Youngblood via the pass won't be able to earn in-game Xbox One Achievements or PS4 Trophies. If they want to play with someone else or on their own, they'll need to shell out for a full copy. It also comes with the Cyborg Skin Pack, which includes exclusive power suits, guns, knives, and hatchets. BJ Blazkowicz is missing. The Youngblood FAQ reveals there will be additional cosmetic items, all of which can be earned via in-game currency or bought with microtransactions.

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Bethesda has confirmed that it will be bringing more juicy Wolfenstein content to Switch this summer, as Wolfenstein: Youngblood secures a 26th July release date. Bethesda has confirmed the Switch version of the game will be released the same day as the others. First up, the trailer, which introduces us to B.J. Blazkowicz's daughters Jess and Soph, who are looking for their father in 1980s Nazi-occupied Paris.

The trailer, which you can check out further down this article, opens by confirming the game's setting - Paris in 1980 - and its continued Nazi occupation.

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