If you’ve been following the FPS genre, then you have most likely heard of Wolfenstein. Because of this, l am not going to waste your time talking about the brand itself and jump straight into the game. Wolfenstein’s developer Machine Games had stated that these games would be a trilogy. Wolfenstein: Youngblood is the middle child in the trilogy. Instead of the legendary soldier BJ Blazkowics, we control his daughters in this game instead. Just like the first two games, they’ve managed to conduct a very fun story.
Wolfenstein: Youngblood Review
Youngblood’s events take place after about 20 years after The New Colossus. The story brings the two sisters Soph and Jess’ stories of struggle to light. Our mission this time is not saving North America but instead Europe under the attack of Nazis. At the start of the game, we witness the two sisters’ past. Blazkowicz and his wife Anya train the girls under hard circumstances. Blazkowicz immediately disappears after the daughters’ training is complete and we start out the game looking for him.
As they hurried to Paris to find their father, what really struck me as odd was how playful they were as opposed to their father’s seriousness.