Wolfenstein: Youngblood Teases More Nazi Killing Goodness
BJ Blazkowicz passes the torch to his daughters in the next Wolfenstein.
Earlier this week, Bethesda announced the next game in their Wolfenstein reboot series would be called Wolfenstein: Youngblood. A short teaser trailer was released alongside the announcement, which can be viewed above.
Fans of the franchise will remember that during the events of the previous games, protagonist BJ Blazkowicz's wife Anya was pregnant with twins. The now-grown young sisters are shown in the teaser trailer. It looks like they will be taking over the family business of killing Nazis going forward. During their press conference, Bethesda also revealed that the game will takes place in 1980s Paris and that, for the first time, the game will be playable in co-op. These are the only details known at this time besides a release date sometime in 2019.
Are you excited to return to the world of Wolfenstein? How do you feel about BJ passing the torch to his daughters, as well as the new cooperative aspect of the game? Here's to hoping BJ won't be entirely absent from the game, even if just as an NPC or in flashbacks. Let us know what your thoughts are.
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