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Achtung fellow Nazi-slayers. Wolfenstein: Youngblood is out now on PC, bringing plenty of co-operative mayhem to our favourite blood sport. We've already taken a look at Wolf Youngblood's PC performance in our series of graphics card benchmarks, as well as revealed all of the available PC graphics settings. Now, it's time to see just how demanding all of those graphics settings are.
Buckle up buddies, it's time to go and rescue papa Blazkowicz. Wolfenstein Youngblood introduces the Terror Twins, B.J.'s angry daughters who are intent on tearing apart Nazi-ruled 80's Paris in a bid to find their missing dad. It's Wolfenstein as you know and love it, this time with co-op action.
Who'd have thought 10 years ago that not only had the Wolfenstein franchise recovered from that limp 2009 outing, but that we'd be about to get our fourth and fifth Wolfenstein games within the span of five years. Truly, there has rarely been a better time for fans of sticking boots in Nazi faces, in Wolfenstein or otherwise.
The ‘Terror Twins’ are here. Wolfenstein: Youngblood is out this week, welcoming back its signature cocktail of guns, gore, and fascist beat-downs. Bethesda has unleashed the official launch trailer for Wolfenstein: Youngblood, showcasing the twins Jess and Soph Blazkowicz as they track down their missing father in 1980’s Paris. 
It’s a mighty exciting day for fans of tepid hardware iterations as Nvidia’s GeForce RTX 2080 Super is proliferating store shelves around the world. As ever with a new graphics card joining the family, Nvidia has pumped out a new GeForce driver update. The GeForce 431.60 WHQL GPU driver comes packing official support for GeForce RTX 2080 Super graphics card as well as a new swathe G-Sync compatible monitors.
In a slightly cack-handed turn of events, Wolfenstein: Youngblood won’t feature real-time ray-tracing at launch. That’s despite copies of Wolfenstein: Youngblood being bundled in with every purchase of a GeForce RTX 20 series graphics card.
Its the BJ twins! Wolfenstein Younblood is a co-op that encourages you to team up with a friend. You dont have to of course, but part of the hook with this Wolfenstein is that you can enjoy it with a gamer pal. The other cool thing about it is that with the buddy pass you can play the entire game with someone else and they dont even have to have a copy of the game themselves. Which I must say, sounds pretty forward thinking to me. Right now we have the official Wolfenstein YoungBlood system requirements, so lets see how well you can run it.
That lot at MachineGames know how to put together a stone-cold killer of a game trailer, and Wolfenstein: Youngblood’s E3 2019 footage is an ultra-violent tour de force.
There's an air of mystery surround Bethesda's E3 2019 showcase. They've already confirmed The Elder Scrolls VI and Starfield won't be shown which, er, leaves us in a bit of quandary as to what will be shown. Doom Eternal is nailed on, of course, while we'll surely hear more about upcoming plans for Fallout 76 and The Elder Scrolls Online.
In just under two month’s time, we’re being treated to a brand-spanking new Wolfenstein courtesy of Youngblood, and the first ever co-op title in the long-running shooter series. It’s sounding as if PC will be the place to play it as well, with Bethesda and MachineGames hopping into bed with Nvidia for some exclusive graphical goodies like DXR-powered real-time ray-tracing and Nvidia Adaptive Shading (NAS).
Wolfenstein: Youngblood could be shaping up to be much more than a fairly rote co-op version of MachineGames fantastic soft reboot of the shooter series. Executive producer Jerk Gustafsson has been chatting about what’s in store for Youngblood in the latest issue of Official PlayStation Magazine, revealing some surprising comparisons with a Bethesda stablemate - Dishonored.