Wolfenstein: Youngblood will arrive on July 26th, bringing the next-generation of Blazkowicz blasting to the screen. This time, the main protagonist BJ Blazkowicz has gone missing. So it is up to his two daughters to take up the mantle of Nazi hunter and kill everything in their path. This is also going to be the first co-op style Wolfenstein game, making for a more fun adventure than the previous solo first-person games.
While we know that this game is going to be using both Denuvo and NVIDIA real-time ray tracing. What we don’t know is what the actual system requirements are for PC. That is until now, that Bethesda has posted a new update on their official blog.
So far, both minimum and recommended requirements are pretty reasonable. Especially for one with NVIDIA RTX enhancement. Check it out below to see how your system stacks up.
With the same launch date of July 26th, Bethesda is also launching a VR-game set in the Wolfenstein universe. This is the Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot and it will put players inside a Nazi war mech. Not as a Nazi of course, but as part of the resistance fighters. Except this time, you get to mow down Nazis with their own weapons.
Since it is a VR game, understandably it will need a much more powerful PC. See if yours stacks up to the list below:
Wolfenstein: Youngblood and Cyberpilot will unlock at midnight on July 26 in your region.
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