If you plan to play on PC Wolfenstein: Youngblood, there is good news for you: you can get your hands on the game ahead of time, as the highly anticipated Bethesda title will arrive on PC one day earlier than the other platforms.
It was revealed by Bethesda herself in a tweet, although she did not explain the reasons for the choice. Wolfenstein: Youngblood will arrive on PC July 25, therefore, instead of 26, and the fact that the pre-load will start as early as today is further good news for those who had pre-ordered the game.
The product’s Steam page at the moment has not yet been updated, but it should be up and running shortly unless Bethesda intends to reserve the early launch only for buyers from its own store, but in reality, it seems a rather difficult hypothesis.
The ray-tracing will not be present since day one: the software house has declared that it is working on the support for this feature, but that it will take some time, so an official date has not yet been set for the arrival of the service.
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PC launches globally a day earlier on July 25!
— Bethesda (@bethesda) July 22, 2019