Bethesda has revealed that there are two new Wolfenstein video games in improvement. The first is a title often known as Wolfenstein: Youngblood.
While this is not the following mainline Wolfenstein sport – there’s nonetheless no phrase concerning whether or not or not we’ll be handled to a Wolfenstein III – it’s a fascinating “spin-off” of types that’s primarily meant to be performed as a co-op shooter. Yes, Wolfenstein: Youngblood is a co-op shooter that permits you to play as B.J. Blazkowicz’s daughters as they shoot their approach via an alternate model of 1980’s Paris.
This does seemingly make Youngblood a psuedo- sequel to the occasions we noticed in Wolfenstein II, but it surely’s not solely clear whether or not or not this sport will contact upon the story threads that had been left lingering by Wolfenstein II. Instead, it seems that this sport will inform a narrative that extra of its personal.
The excellent news is that Youngblood is being developed by the parents at Machine Games (who’ve been liable for the fashionable Wolfenstein video games we have loved thus far) and that you’ll play it by your self in some type if you happen to aren’t capable of finding a buddy to stay with you till the top. It additionally looks as if Machine Games is planning on releasing the sport for main platforms someday in 2019.
We, sadly, know much less in regards to the different Wolfenstein sport on the horizon, however we are able to inform you that it’s a VR title referred to as Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot the place you play a hacker who’s attempting to show the Nazis’ personal equipment in opposition to them. There’s no phrase on when this sport will probably be launched or which VR platforms it is going to be accessible for.
Even although we would love to listen to one thing in regards to the subsequent mainline Wolfenstein sport, these initiatives appear like enjoyable deviations from the norm that ought to handle to kill the time till we get our palms on what figures to be the ultimate sport within the mainline Wolfenstein reboot sequence.
Matthew Byrd is a employees author for Den of Geek. He spends most of his days attempting to pitch deep-dive analytical items about Killer Klowns From Outer Space to an more and more perturbed sequence of editors.