Complete Wolfenstein: Youngblood for PC, PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch 100% with our complete guide. All weapons, skills and collectibles.
Wolfenstein: Youngblood, Complete Guide for PC, PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch
Wolfenstein: Youngblood is the fourth installment of the new Wolfenstein saga, whose first chapter was Wolfenstein: The New Order. It was released on July 26, 2019, developed by MachineGames, edited by Bethesda, and is available on PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch. Set a few years after Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus, in this installment we embody Jess and Soph Blazkowicz, who must find their missing father in a Paris occupied by the Nazis. In our complete guide you have everything you need to 100% complete the game:
Before you start Wolfenstein: Youngblood
Which character is better to start Wolfenstein: Youngblood? This question and many others are answered in this section.
Wolfenstein: Youngblood is new, and, at the same time, has an aged flavor. To know all the things that make it unique, we recommend that you read everything in this section. In this way, you will have very valuable information in advance that will make you get used to this new gaming experience as soon as possible:
Wolfenstein tips, tricks and strategies: Youngblood
- Tips, tricks and strategies
Wolfenstein Frequently Asked Questions: Youngblood
- Is it better to play alone, or with a friend?
- What differences are there between the two characters? Which one did I start the game with?
- How to play with a friend who doesn't have the game
Wolfenstein Missions: Youngblood
Jess, Soph, and her friend Abby travel to Neu-Paris to find B.J. Blazkowicz and, incidentally, free the city from Nazi rule
There are a total of 35 missions in Wolfenstein: Youngblood, if we add the main missions and the secondary missions of the game. The main objective is to enter three towers called Brother 1, Brother 2 and Brother 3 to hack their central computers, and thus discover the location of Laboratory X, which is where B.J. is suspected. Blazkowicz, the father of Jess and Soph, after being captured by the Nazis.
Wolfenstein locations: Youngblood
In Wolfenstein: Youngblood we visit Neu-Paris, the French capital occupied by the Nazis
In Wolfenstein: Youngblood we visit Paris occupied by the Nazis, conveniently renamed Neu-Paris:
- Der Nachtfalter
Paris resistance headquarters
Brother District 1
- Little Berlin
- Brother 1
Brother District 2
- Political Detention Zone 4
- Underground Detention Zone
- Brother 2
Brother District 3
- Victory Boulevard
- Brother 3
- Lab X
All Wolfenstein: Youngblood weapons and their improvements
Weapons can be improved by various accessories
In Wolfenstein: Youngblood there are a total of ten different weapons, not counting the position ones, which we find fixed at certain points of certain levels. In this section you have everything you need to know about them, from how the improvement system works, to the optimal use for each weapon.
All Wolfenstein: Youngblood character skills and improvements
We can improve Jess and Soph by learning new skills.
Wolfenstein: Youngblood has a pseudoRPG touch. Our character accumulates experience, and with that experience he gains skill points every time he levels up with which to obtain improvements that make Jess or Soph increasingly powerful. Here we tell you how the character skills and improvements system works, and what skills we should prioritize.
All Wolfenstein Collectibles: Youngblood
There are a total of 277 collectibles in Wolfenstein: Youngblood
In Wolfenstein: Youngblood there are six types of collectibles, spread across most levels of the game:
- 25 illustrations
- 80 documents
- 34 floppy disks
- 41 cassettes
- 72 3D glasses
- 25 UVK covers