Wolfenstein: Youngblood’s latest patch is here with some major tweaks

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Only four weeks since its launch, Jess and Soph Blazkowicz broke into the wild, punching Nazi’s in the face throughout Paris, and even wreaking havoc on local Nazi leaders. Now, to help them out comes a brand new set of changes that help improve the experience.

The Blazkowicz twins have been a busy duo since the launch of Wolfenstein: Youngblood, the latest spin-off in the Wolfenstein series to accompany the launch of their sister title, Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot.

Since the launch of their latest title, MachineGames and Arkane Studios Lyon have been a busy duo themselves, working hard to bring out Patch 1.0.4 to PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch in just the past couple of weeks. The follow-up patch, 1.0.5 is on its way and will bring with it even bigger changes than its predecessor including the adjusted difficulty to all boss encounters, adjustments to enemies feeling like absolute “bullet sponges” and granting ammo for basic weapons after a players death.

The update, available now on PC, also comes with some other improvements including enhancements to your characters A.I. sister. You can check out the key highlight elements from the 1.0.5 patch notes below:

  • Adjusting difficulty of all boss fights
  • Taking a variety of actions designed to reduce the feeling of enemy “bullet sponginess”
  • Granting ammo for basic weapons after player respawn
  • Adding more special weapon ammo throughout more difficult areas
  • Adding duplicate tutorial laptops to the game to make 100% completion more attainable
  • Fixing an issue that could cause an area to respawn enemies prematurely

The patch is expected to arrive on consoles in the upcoming weeks. Meanwhile, you can check out our review for the PC version of Wolfenstein: Youngblood where we state that “Wolfenstein: Youngblood could very well be one of the greatest the series has to offer in quite some time,” with a score of 9 out of 10.

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