E3 2019: Bethesda predictions, rumors and expectations

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Wolfenstein: Youngblood
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What we will see: Wolfenstein: Youngblood

Not a full-blown sequel, but Wolfenstein: Youngblood will get you your fix of shooting Nazis in an alternate history gone horribly wrong just like previous games. The release for Wolfenstein: Young Blood is just around the corner; July 26 for all platforms including the Nintendo Switch.

If you haven’t kept up, Wolfenstein: Young Blood follows the adventures of series protagonists B.J. Blazkowicz’s twin daughters Jessica and Sophia as travel to Paris to search for their father, help the French resistance and kill lots and lots of Nazis along the way.

We’ve already seen plenty of footage of Wolfenstein: Youngblood so I wouldn’t expect it to have a significant presence during Bethesda’s E3 2019 presentation; but, considering it’s the only other new game that is sure to be at the event, it will certainly get at least a few minutes in the spotlight.

Wolfenstein: Youngblood may be a Wolfenstein game at its core, but there are a couple of new wrinkles such as playing co-op or having a constant A.I. partner along with a non-linear mission structure so you can tackle stuff in the order you please. Bethesda will likely show off some co-op mechanics from the game at the show, and perhaps a few other surprises as well.