Looking to dive into the latest installment in the Blazkowicz clan’s ongoing war against the Third Reich? Then you’ve come to the right place. Read on to find out everything you need to know about Wolfenstein: Youngblood.


According to developer MachineGames, players can still press R2 to shoot if they must, although this really defeats the game’s themes of pacifism and non-violence.

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Due to its offensive nature, all Nazi symbols in the game have been replaced with the much more palatable Minnesota Timberwolves logo.

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Youngblood reportedly takes place 19 years after the last installment and 487 years after the events of Super Mario 64.

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Developers have added large block text that flashes on screen to indicate to players when the storyline is acting as an allegory for today’s politics.

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In order to give the game a more cinematic feel, developers carefully spliced the entire miniseries Das Boot into the gameplay.

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For the first time in the series’ history, players will actually be able to play as Mr. Wolfenstein.

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The Nazis appear to once again author their own demise by leaving hundreds of health-replenishing plates of roast turkey scattered across level to keep the player well-fed.

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The storyline will ask the players to reckon with probing philosophical questions, such as “what if Nazis were not only robots, but also mutants?”

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