Wolfenstein: Youngblood releases today on PC, PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. While we only received our copy today and won’t have our review and final judgement of the game up until next week, it is always interesting to see what some top critics are saying about the game. That’s why we’ve decided to do a Wolfenstein: Youngblood review roundup for today.
From the Wolfenstein: Youngblood reviews coming in so far, the game sounds pretty good, but not fantastic. B.J. Blazkowicz twin daughters do make a generally positive impact on critics, but it seems like their Nazi-killing escapades aren’t being received quite as well as that of Terror Billy in The New Colossus.
Many of the critics mention some flaws while playing with an AI-controlled partner but the gunplay and co-op still seem great. Marco had some hands-on time with the game at E3 2019 and called the co-op fantastic, so if you are looking for a co-op game to play with a friend, then Wolfenstein: Youngblood should still be a great choice.
IGN – 6.5/10
GameSpot – 8/10
PC Gamer – 79/100
Destructoid – 6/10
Polygon – No Score
GameInformer – 8.5/10
Trusted Reviews – 4/5
What do you think about the Wolfenstein: Youngblood reviews coming in so far? Let us know in the comment section below and check out the game’s launch trailer.
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