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Wolfenstein: Youngblood is a standalone sequel to Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus serving as a prequel to Wolfenstein 3. The sequel takes place 19 years after The New Colossus after the Second American Revolution liberated America from Nazi rule and into the 1980s and will focus on B.J.'s twin daughters, Jess and Soph as the newest members of the Global Resistance against the Nazis in search of B.J. when he went missing in Paris, France (Vichy France). The game will be a solo or cooperative experience.[2]

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  • Like The New Order's prequel The Old Blood, the game is a standalone spin-off to the main series taking place in another time.
  • The game title is a nod to The Old Blood.
  • Bethesda confirmed that the game is a side-story. Therefore, the event of the game will take place between Wolfenstein 2: New Colossus and the upcoming Wolfenstein 3.
  • This is the first Wolfenstein game which in its German release has references to the Nazis and Germany, due to the new German law[3] (although it still replaces the Nazi symbols such Swastikas and Nazi eagles with the triangles and the balkenkreuz with the squares. Furthermore, "the Reich" is still referred as "the Regime").

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  1. https://www.kotaku.com.au/2018/06/wolfenstein-youngblood-is-a-co-op-game-coming-next-year/
  2. http://au.ign.com/articles/2018/06/11/e3-2018-wolfenstein-young-blood-announced-a-co-op-sequel-set-in-the-future
  3. https://www.game.de/en/blog/2018/08/09/german-authorities-allow-inclusion-of-symbols-of-unconstitutional-organisations-in-games/

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