Wolfenstein was the very first shooter that many gamers played back in the day when its blocky, pixelated graphics were considered groundbreaking. Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus launched in late 2017 and was very popular with gamers. This summer a new title in the franchise called Wolfenstein: Youngblood will land for gamers.
Players play as one of the Blazkowicz twins — Jess or Soph. The storyline involves the twins trying to track down their dad, BJ, in Paris set in the '80s. One of the more intriguing parts about this game is that if you buy the Deluxe Edition, you can invite friends to play along with you since it has co-op elements even if your pals don't own the game
The screenshots show graphics that look good and lots of gunplay. The game will land for PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Switch on July 26. A standard version of the game will also be available lacking the Buddy Play feature. The standard version is only available as a digital download in Europe, Australia, and New Zealand.