Wolfenstein: Youngblood is releasing very soon and I’m sure many people, including myself, are just dying to deliver the slaughter to the Nazi scum. The new co-op system is a first for the franchise as well as for developer MachineGames and considering their current track record, you can safely assume this is going to be a grand old time filled with a lot of blood and a lot of sisterly love. If you are excited about the game and you’re on PC, Bethesda dropped a little surprise for you.
Instead of July 26th, the international release date for the game, it will now launch on PC on July 25th:
The Steam store page still displays the game as launching on the 26th, but that might change in the coming few days. If by some reason it doesn’t, we can safely assume that this will happen on Bethesda’s launcher.
That’s a whole extra day that you can spend bringing ruin to the Reich and I know PC gamers are going to be happy that they’re getting something that console gamers don’t. There’s no official reason given for the early launch, but I don’t think anybody is complaining. Console gamers need not worry, they’ll still be able to kill their little hearts out on Friday.