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Wolfenstein: Youngblood Preview – Let’s Shoot Nazis Together
KostaAndreadis
Melbourne, Victoria
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Ahead of E3 we had the chance to go hands on with Wolfenstein: Youngblood the new co-op adventure starring B.J. Blazkowicz's daughters. And plenty of Nazi killing action. So, does anything change with the introduction of a second player? Sure, but this is still very much a Wolfenstein game.



Although designed as a co-op shooter, Youngblood feels like the next game in the series. After a lengthy cinematic featuring a tender moment at Casa de Blazkowicz set decades after the events of New Colossus, you’re introduced to B.J.’s twin daughters Jess and Soph. Long story short papa goes missing and it’s up to his kids to track him down. Behind enemy territory, in the neon-streets of 1980s Paris. The City of Light, and giant swastikas. Because, yeah, those guys are still around.

That setup might sound like someone put Super Mario Bros. and any one of Liam Neeson’s dozen or so action films released in the past year inside a Story Blender 5000, but its execution is handled rather well.

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