Wolfenstein Youngblood arrived yesterday on the PC and today on the other platforms, the first votes of the international press are also online, which all in all reward the work of Bethesda.
Here, then, are the votes bestowed by the main international newspapers that deal with videogames, even if different sites are missing due to the fact that some delays have been reported in the arrival of the review codes:
- VG247 – “a spin-off not entirely at the levels of the previous games”
- IGN – 6.5
- PC Gamer – 79/100
- Game Informer – 8.5
- Destructoid – 6
- Guardian – 4/5
- COGconnected – 69/100
- Worth Playing – 8
- Attack of the Fanboy – 3/5
- TrustedReviews – 4/5
- XGN – 8
The changes proposed by the game seem therefore to have been appreciated: for the first time the protagonist will not be BJ Blazkowiczbeing the title set in the future, but his twin daughters, who will try to free Paris from the Nazi occupation.
The presence of two characters has led to a radical change in the gameplay, as Wolfenstein Youngblood presents itself as a co-op experience, although it is playable in single-player with artificial intelligence that will control the other sister.
What do you think? Have you already got your hands on the game? Do you agree with the votes cast in the past few hours?