Wolfenstein: Youngblood launched recently, and reviews are mixed. Is it actually worth $30? Here’s what you need to know.
Wolfenstein: Youngblood hasn’t proven itself popular with reviews, both from users and critics. The “experimental” co-operative gameplay typifies contemporary Bethesda, which seems ever-increasingly interested in service type games, crammed with in-game currency and shoe-horned multiplayer. I’m sad to say that Youngblood genuinely feels like a betrayal of the modern Wolfenstein franchise, with exceptionally weak co-op execution, in a similar fashion to Fallout 76.
Youngblood’s saving grace is its price point, which at $30, complete with a “friend-plays-free” trial model, can provide some fleeting fun while you wait for this fall’s heavy hitters. Let’s have a look at the good and the bad of Youngblood.
Via:: Windows Central