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Wolfenstein: Youngblood's co-op shines even when you're not killing Nazis


"We were born to kill Nazis! "This boast comes from Jess and Soph Blazkowicz, the twin daughters of noted Nazi-killer BJ Blazkowicz, which means it's probably something to take seriously. Thing is, at the start of Wolfenstein: Youngblood, neither Jess nor Soph have ever killed a Nazi before. They've never even been in combat, though considering who their dad is, you can bet they've been taught to be ready for it their entire lives. body . hawk-widget{width:100%;letter-spacing:normal;}. _hawk. subtitle~. hawk-widget[data-widget-type=price]{margin:16px 0;}@media (min-width:600px){. _hawk. subtitle~. hawk-widget[data-widget-type=price]{margin:0;min-height:128px;float:right;clear:none;width:50%;}.

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