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Bethesda updates Wolfenstein: Youngblood FAQ to mention that retail copies won't include a game card

A confirmation of the news we didn't want

Earlier in the week we learned that Wolfenstein: Youngblood's retail release on Switch will not include a game card. It's a download code in a box, and that goes for both versions. After a lot of backlash, Bethesda has now updated the official game FAQ to make mention of this detail.

The Nintendo Switch version of Wolfenstein: Youngblood will be available digitally. The physical version of Wolfenstein: Youngblood will be a digital download code in the box with no game cartridge. A download will be required to play the game.

QuakeCon 2019 kicks off the 'Year of Doom,' will include Doom Eternal news an 'a few surprises'

We're all DOOMED!

Did you know that Doom is celebrating its 25th anniversary? That's probably why Bethesda and id Software have labeled 2019 as the Year of Doom. That celebration of all things Doom officially kicks off at this year's QuakeCon, which is set for July 25th to 28th, 2019.

Wondering what's in store for QuakeCon 2019 as far as Doom is concerned? id Software says there will be “Doom-inspired activities, events, exclusives, developer panels, hands-on demos, new information about Doom Eternal, and a few surprises we aren’t quite ready to talk about.”

A better look at Wolfenstein: Youngblood's two different covers

Which one do you like?

As was announced yesterday, Wolfenstein: Youngblood is going to have a regular and deluxe edition. Today we have a better look at the cover art for both versions. I honestly don't know which one I like better!

Wolfenstein: Youngblood's standard release in Europe, Australia and New Zealand will be digital-only

Bloody hell

Wolfenstein: Youngblood was confirmed for Switch today, which is definitely some excellent news. Unfortunately, we have some bad news to follow that confirmation.

If you're looking to grab the standard edition of this game in Europe, Australia or New Zealand, you'll have to go with the digital option. For whatever reason, a retail release of the standard version will not release in those parts of the world. At least you can always import!

Wolfenstein: Youngblood heading to Switch on July 26th, 2019

Buddy up!

Welcome to the 1980s. BJ Blazkowicz is missing. His last-known whereabouts: Nazi-occupied Paris. The only ones who can find him are his twin daughters, Jess and Soph Blazkowicz—and no Nazi scum are gonna stand in their way.

Liberate Paris from the Nazi threat as you search for your father in the first open-ended co-op adventure in the series, either with a friend or an AI companion. Wolfenstein: Youngblood releases on July 26, 2019 for PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.

With the Wolfenstein: Youngblood Deluxe Edition you’ll receive the Buddy Pass so you can invite a friend to join the Reich-stomping fun—even if they don’t own the game!The Deluxe Edition also includes the Cyborg Skin Pack, decking out the Blazkowicz sisters in titanium allow versions of their Power Suits, guns, combat knives, and hatchets.

Learn more about the Deluxe Edition and Buddy Pass: Pre-order Wolfenstein: Youngblood to receive the Legacy Pack and gear up with some of BJ’s iconic outfits and weapons from the series, including New Colossus and US Army Power Suit skins; a WW2 skins set; and the Old Blood pipe and knife!

Thanks to Sligeach_eire and Neverunplaying for the heads up!

Bethesda hosting E3 2019 press conference on June 9th, 2019

E3 2019 is DOOMed

Start speculating! Refresh Walmart Canada!! But most importantly… mark your calendars!

E3 is coming, and on Sunday, June 9 (5:30PM PT), Team Bethesda returns to Los Angeles for our 5th Annual Bethesda E3 Showcase. It’s going to be a hell of a night. We have got an in-depth look at DOOM Eternal plus much, much more.

We want to “Be Together” with all of you this year and with that in mind we are planning to invite more of you, our biggest fans, to join us on our biggest night of the year. Official invitations – with additional event details, including how to register for a chance to attend this year’s showcase – are coming soon.

Don’t forget to share your thoughts using #BE3 on social media. During our preshow, we will be highlighting fan photos that use the hashtag.

Can’t make it to LA? We’ve got you covered. You can watch it live on our Twitch, YouTube, Twitter, Mixer, and Facebook Live.
Whether you join us in person or online, we can’t wait to show you what’s coming. See you in June!

It's always nice knowing that a press conference at E3 will definitely have something for Nintendo fans. There's no doubt Bethesda's showing is going to mention at least a few things Switch-related, so we'll definitely be tuning in!

DOOM: ANNIHILATION gets its debut trailer

Ultra nightmare

Looks like all that leaked info on the new DOOM movie was spot-on yesterday! We now have the first trailer for the movie, and it seems to be doing things a bit differently from the first movie adaptation. I'll need to see a bit more before I decide whether or not to see this in theaters, but as of right now, I'm cautiously optimistic.

GameStop once again lists Wolfenstein: Youngblood for Switch

Will it or won't it? That's been the question ever since Wolfenstein: Youngblood was revealed. That discussion only got more intense when GameStop added a listing for a Switch version to their website. Unfortunately, shortly after it went live, that listing was removed.

Well here we are again, as GameStop's latest list of upcoming Switch titles includes Wolfenstein: Youngblood. We'd like to think it's going to happen, but the fact that this list STILL includes Dragon Quest Heroes 1 & 2 gives us doubt. That listing was part of GameStop's software lineup since day one, and as you well know, that didn't quite pan out.

Doom on Switch used to showcase the enhanced visuals overclocking can provide

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Last week, we talked about a new mod for Switch that let you overclock your system. While it's a very dangerous thing to do, it does produce impressive results. The above GIF shows off how Doom looks running on Switch at the regular 307 MHz, followed by how things look at 768Mhz. There's no doubt the visuals look much more impressive, but again, running your Switch overclocked to this degree could end up causing some serious trouble.

Final Doom soundtrack Easter egg discovered



Did you know that there were 5 Easter eggs in the Doom soundtrack? Did you know that 4 of them had been discovered already? It only took 2+ years for someone to find the final Easter egg, which you can check out above.

As you can see, there's a hidden message in the song “Authorization; Olivia Pierce.” When the pitch of the song is increased at the 50-second mark, you can hear Olivia Pierce herself say, “You could not have saved them anyway.” This is a quote straight from the game, which was then hidden in the song.