Bethesda Softworks has revealed that Panic Button is hard at work porting Wolfenstein: Youngblood to Nintendo Switch.
The open-ended co-op adventure is being developed at MachineGames in partnership with Arkane Studios, but it is the Texas-based studio that is handling getting it up and running on the portable home console.
It’s the 1980s. BJ Blazkowicz is missing, and the only ones that can find him are his twin daughters Jess and Soph Blazkowicz. His last known location was Nazi-occupied Paris, meaning that, teaming up with a friend or an AI companion, you will need to obliterate the Nazi scum that stand in the way as you search for your father.
Those that buy the Wolfenstein: Youngblood Deluxe Edition will receive a Buddy Pass, letting you invite a friend to play for free – even if they don’t own the game. It also comes with the Cyborg Skin Pack, decking the Blazkowicz sisters in titanium versions of their Power Suits, guns, combat knives, and hatchets.
Wolfenstein: Youngblood will release for Nintendo Switch worldwide on July 26th, with the Legacy Pack available as a pre-order bonus. This lets you gear up with some of BJ’s iconic outfits and weapons from the series, such as the New Colossus and US Army Power Suit skins, a World War II skins set, and the Old Blood pipe and knife.