Wolfenstein: Youngblood shows off new gameplay and a Nazi killing co-op mode at E3 2019

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At the Bethesda E3 showcase last year, we got our first look at the new Wolfenstein game -- Youngblood. This year, Bethesda had a few more details and a brand new trailer to show off ahead of its impending release.

Youngblood follows the twin daughters of series' protagonist B.J. Blaskowicz and follows the duo as they move through Nazi-occupied Paris to find their missing father. 

MachineGames, responsible for previous entries in Bethesda's rebooted Wolfenstein series, is again helming Youngblood, but stablemate Arkane Games, responsible for the Dishonored series , is co-developing.


Machine Games is promising a grander scale to the game -- and the ability to kill nazis with a friend. That's right: Youngblood will have co-op. You can check out the trailer below:

The game releases on July 26, 2019 and will be available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Microsoft Windows, Nintendo Switch and Google Stadia. 

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