Even after its launch, Wolfenstein: Youngblood continues to get a steady stream of brand-new content including a new Treasure Hunt Mission, new maps, new abilities, new enemy types, new Pep Signals, and plenty more to enjoy. Did we mention new enemies? Well, let’s take a peek.
In a brand-new update released today, Bethesda has confirmed that MachineGames and Arkane Studios Lyon have been hard at work in recent dates with Update 1.0.7, which features all the new content listed above alongside some brand-new enemies to engage with.
The content included will see players head to the new end-game mission Treasure Hunt, which is where the artifacts from Lab X come into play as the team discovers a second Da’at Yichud chamber. The Nazi’s are already on the move, staking their claim in an attempt to breach it, have all but failed, and now it’s up to two psycho Nazi a$$ kicking sisters to give it a try.
Since this is an end-game mission, you may want to wait until you are around level 40 in order to complete it. The mission does come with a number of new rewards for players to enjoy alongside two brand-new abilities called Silent Killer and Resilience. One allows players to slink back into the shadows after performing an assassination while the other allows players to shirk off explosive damage.
Alongside the new abilities and new mission type, is the teleporting enemy called the Wurmlochsoldat, a turret-mounted Turmhund, and the third and final enemy, the Electrodrohne Tesla drone, which will all be ones you face off against in the brand-new content available today, free of charge.
If you haven’t had a chance you play it, you can check out our review for Wolfenstein: Youngblood, which is based on the PC version of the game.
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