Showing posts with label Wolfenstein: Youngblood. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Wolfenstein: Youngblood. Show all posts

Wednesday, March 27, 2019

Wolfenstein: Youngblood Story Trailer

Bethesda unleashes Blazkowicz twins Jess and Soph on a Nazi-occupied Paris in new Wolfenstein: Youngblood story trailer.

Up until now, we had nothing more but an official teaser trailer from E3 2018 for upcoming first-person shooter game Wolfenstein: Youngblood from developer Machine Games and Arkane Studios in association with publisher Bethesda Softworks of course.

Youngblood is officially heading over to Nintendo Switch, PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One platform by July 26, 2019 release date and now we have some story details shown in a new trailer that would take us to a grim alternate reality.

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Wolfenstein: Youngblood Story Trailer

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Watch out for a new Nazi threat arising in the newly released story trailer of the game with bits of gameplay footage as well.




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Players will take on the roles of series protagonist BJ Blazkowicz's twin daughters for a co-op shooter adventure. Jess and Soph Blazkowicz are "The Terror Twins" taking after their father who just vanished without leaving a trace behind.

However, sources tell that he was last seen in a Nazi occupied Paris last time and so, his daughters prep themselves up fighting an army of fascist to find him out. Throughout the streets of France, these two fatale then unleashes hell on tyranny.

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This standalone next chapter of Wolfenstein is intended for people to play and share together via a "Buddy Pass" system that is offered with Deluxe Edition of the game, which allows players to team-up with a friend who doesn't own a copy but two of them should play at once.

A beneficiary can be anyone and everyone from a group of pals but only one at a time can play with the owner for a shared experience. Afterwards, they can choose to purchase a full version game anytime if they want to play on their own.

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City of Lights and Blood

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Priced $39.99 only, Youngblood Deluxe Edition also offers a bunch of in-game content in form of cosmetics items such as Cyborg Skin Pack for the twins to give them a shiny outlook. It also offers other weapons like guns, combat knives and hatchets.

Wolfenstein: Youngblood chronologically takes place after Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus and is winding up to serve as a prequel to upcoming Wolfenstein III, which Vice president Pete Hines have confirmed to be in works back in September 2018.

Monday, March 25, 2019

Doom Eternal, RAGE 2 and Wolfenstein Comes to Steam

Upcoming titles from Bethesda like Doom Eternal, RAGE 2 and Wolfenstein will be heading towards Steam.

In a heated war between Epic Games Store and Steam, developer/publisher Bethesda is apparently taking a stand against the former and is siding with the latter as they are about to bring some of their most anticipated titles to Valve's platform.

With a recent emergence of Epic Games' brand-new digital outlet, many game developers of the video game industry has sided with them by signing timed exclusives, leaving Steam behind with not much support and then, along came Bethesda.

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Doom Eternal, RAGE 2 and Wolfenstein Comes to Steam

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In one of their recent Tweet, Bethesda has confirmed to release PC version of some of their upcoming games to Steam.



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Ever since Epic Games have launched their very own distribution platforms last year, Valve Corporation is suddenly getting some tough competition and even lost some major AAA-titles to their rivals like Metro Exodus and The Division 2.

In case of the above-mentioned games, developer studios have pulled of their titles that were already announced and available for pre-order on Steam for some time and moved them over to Epic Games Store for a lucrative exclusive deal.

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Many yet to be released titles like Control, Phoenix Point and The Outer Worlds will also are heading to their store as well. Bethesda decided to pick a side in this waging war of exclusivities and will release some of their renowned franchises to Steam.

Players will get their hands on games like Doom Eternal, RAGE 2, Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot and Wolfenstein: Youngblood on their scheduled launch date now via Valve's distribution outlet, with possibility of more to join the march in future as well.

RELATED: Wolfenstein: Youngblood Story Trailer

Also joining to the bunch later in 2019 is Fallout 76, arguably one of the worst games of 2018 for a series of mishaps including a buggy release and controversies for delivering cheap nylon bags over West Tek canvas duffel bag with its Power Armor Edition.

Many players on PC also decided to opt out from buying the game because of having to play it on official Bethesda launcher that everyone hates. However, a Steam release might finally have some interested customer eventually purchase it after all.

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Though Steam is no way a perfect digital outlet at all, PC gamers do have a soft spot for the platform because of their pro-consumer behaviors like having a friendly refund policy and a dedicated forum for customers to help them out in need.

Bethesda letting Valve host their games takes a new turn in ongoing storefront wars between them and Epic. Hopefully, other publishers would consider being more friendly to their customer base on PC in future and will not be greedy for exclusive deals.