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Wolfenstein: Youngblood

Wolfenstein: Youngblood's next update allows pausing offline

The Machine Games/Arkane Studios collaborative project Wolfenstein: Youngblood released next month but lacked a pause feature for offline players.

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When Wolfenstein: Youngblood, the game created by Machine Games with the help of Dishonored studio Arkane Studios, released early in July, there was a feature missing from the game, some thought. When the player was killing Nazis offline with an AI companion, bringing up the menu didn't pause the game and the Nazis would take advantage of the player staying still, lighting them up like a Christmas tree with fancy post-WWII tech.

In an upcoming update, however, this will change. Patch 1.0.4 will release later this week, first on PC with console following a few days later (Switch update release to be announced at a later date) and adds a pause feature. If you have had issues achieving 100% completion in the game, despite knowing you've done quite enough to hit that 100, that's being fixed as well.

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REVIEW. Written by Lisa Dahlgren

"The weapon handling is just as good as you'd expect, the story is great if a little sparse, and killing Nazis feels as great as ever."

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