Thursday, September 13, 2018

Wolfenstein 3 Confirmed

Pete Hines of Bethesda has confirmed that Wolfenstein 3 is surely in works while Youngblood will come as a spin-off.

Last year, developer Machine Games and publisher Bethesda Softworks released latest installment of widely popular Wolfenstein action-adventure first-person shooter series Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

Though started with Castle Wolfenstein in 1981, the franchise took a soft reboot to change course of timeline in 2014 with Wolfenstein: The New Order. Bethesda has recently confirmed for worrying fans worldwide that Wolfenstein III is definitely happening.

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Wolfenstein 3 Confirmed

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Over the course of more than three decades of history, the series spawned many sequels and took at least two reboots. This year at E3 press conference, Wolfenstein: Youngblood is revealed through a brand-new trailer for 2019.

It will feature twins Jessica and Sophia Blazkowicz, daughters of series protagonist William "B.J." Blazkowicz takes the wheel. Since the story is set in a future where BJ is missing, many fans thought that Blazkowicz daughter would carry out from now on.

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However, they can rest assured that Youngblood is just a standalone spin-off title and not a mainline release. Pete Hines of Bethesda has revealed in a recent interview with Metro that they are indeed on board with Wolfenstein III.

With Youngblood, their studio is just taking a break from larger story at this time, nothing else. We are pretty sure that fans of the Nazi-slaying franchise would really appreciate a breath of fresh air like that until BJ finally returns.

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Many fans have raised concerns when Wolfenstein II had to deal with somewhat average sales and wondered that it may come to an end or looking for another reboot. Hines agreed the title could have done a lot better than it did but they are still bringing Blazkowicz back.

In past, other single-player game series from Bethesda like Dishonored and Prey were met with lesser than expected sales number and even though not cancelled yet, they are all currently on hold unless they find out something that works.

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Upcoming Bethesda Games

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On that note, they stated that Arkane Studios is busy with a number of other projects at this moment and Bethesda has a number of upcoming titles like Doom Eternal, Fallout 76 and RAGE 2 in pipeline before they get busy with the long-awaited Starfield.

Despite confirmation from Pete Hines, we need some official announcement just to be sure about their claim. So, we are eagerly waiting now for Walmart Canada or any other leaked sources to help us dig some more about it.