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Wolfenstein: Youngblood and Cyberpilot for all tastes?

Lovers of the amazing deeds of Terror Billy & Co get ready, there is some very important news for the saga, which will expand the brand beyond the rosiest expectations.

Wolfenstein: Youngblood expands the proposal of the previous chapter of the series, pushing the brand towards the great and rich world of online coop.

Lovers of the amazing deeds of Terror Billy & Co get ready, there are some very important news for the saga, which will expand the brand beyond the most rosy expectations.

Wolfenstein: Youngblood expands the proposal of the previous chapter of the series, pushing the brand towards the great and rich world of online coop.

The titles will be released next July 26th on PC, Ps4, Switch and XboxOne, and both will support Italian with dubbing.

The terrible twins Blazkowicz

It’s strange to see Wolfenstein’s gameplay knowing that it’s not the usual stainless Terror Billy that is grinding Nazis.

The epic of the two Blazkowicz sisters is ready to begin; nineteen years after the events narrated in the second chapter.
Wolfenstein: Youngblood transports the guerrilla warfare directly into the 80’s, into a Paris occupied by the Nazi army. From the first images shown you can easily predict the good feeling with the shooting system inherited from the previous chapter.

Double weapons and spectacular gadgets to clean the rooms from the forces of the axis, without missing some creative vice in the search for the spectacularity of the actions.

The title will be playable entirely in Co-op or single, meeting the now pressing demands of the community that has always required a Wolfenstein in multiplayer.

A new resistance in Cyberpilot

Simpler and less sponsored concept than the twin spin-off Young Blood. It’s a VR experience where we’ll play the role of a Resistance Hacker, who’ll get control of the most destructive Nazi war machines to turn them against him.

Cyberpilot is also scheduled for July 26th, and will also support our language to the point of full dubbing.

It is not clear if this project will also carry on a narrative line, or it will be limited to making the flamethrowers speak. The only things we know for sure are that the facts also took place in 1980 in Paris.

It looks like a hot summer then for lovers of the saga, because regardless of the genre preferred

So there really will be something for everyone for lovers of the saga. We must underline Bethesda’s support for the VR.

In fact, Cyberpilot is not the first project completed for virtual reality. We also remember DOOM VFR and Skyrim VR both released last year and quite appreciated.