The Terror-Billy takes a backseat to the Terror Twins as they carry the Blazkowicz name into the 80s with the same fury to kill all Nazis, just like their daddy. Wolfenstein: Youngblood comes from the joint efforts of Machine Games and Arkane Studios, blending amazing gunplay with detailed locations, but the game on the whole feels like an experiment and less story-driven as the series is known for. This is a standalone entry that ties into the former and upcoming mainline games that tries many new things, and not all elements are as well executed as others, but manages to be a fun time overall. The best thing Wolfenstein: Youngblood does, is give a glimpse at where the series is heading, and it’s so very exciting.
RAGE 2 is the result of tandem development from id Software and Avalanche Studios, bringing together DOOM and Just Cause who then had a baby. And oh baby, RAGE 2 is a better sequel than what RAGE was asking for. It also excels and expands on what made that game work, and there’s so much more fun to be had. Everything you do in the game involves speed, violence, and momentum. There’s an inherent kinetic activity to RAGE 2 that always keeps up the pace, even when just cruising around in the open wasteland. RAGE 2 does not disappoint.
From Press Release:
Today we released the first slate of content for Wild Appalachia, a free update that brings a series of new quests, features, events, crafting systems and more to Fallout 76. Players can dive in now to start a brand-new quest that will teach them to brew up tasty beverages that will help (and potentially hinder) their ability to take on the horrors of Appalachia. We’ll also be releasing regular patches alongside Wild Appalachiato continue making updates and balance changes as well as introducing other new features such as player reporting and challenge tracking.
In Wild Appalachia players can look forward to:
Visit fallout.bethesda.net for more information on Wild Appalachia including a detailed roadmap of the above content.