Thanks to a listing on the Nintendo eShop, we have new details on the file size and a trial version for Wolfenstein Youngblood.
With Wolfenstein Youngblood launching this week, we have some new details on the game. According to the listing on the Nintendo eShop, we have an idea of its file size and of a trial edition.
As it’s listed on the game’s eShop page, Wolfenstein Youngblood will take up 20.6GBs. With the Switch only having 32Gbs of internal storage, it’s safe to say you should get a micro SD card just in case. With Bethesda providing download codes in the physical Switch copies, this news doesn’t come as much of a surprise. For context, the Switch versions of Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus and DOOM both took up 21.9GBs of storage.
Additionally, a free trial version of the game is up on the eShop as well. Rather than being a traditional demo, this version is for people that play the game thanks to the Buddy Pass provided with the Deluxe Edition. The Buddy Pass lets the buyer invite a friend who doesn’t have the game to experience it.
Recently, it had been announced that Wolfenstein Youngblood will have over 30 hours of content to play. For PC players, the game won’t feature ray tracing at launch. Additionally, Jerk Gustafsson, the game’s executive producer, described the Switch version as “a miracle” and it’s all thanks to developer Panic Button.
Wolfenstein Youngblood launches on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC on July 26. The game’s deluxe edition includes the Buddy Pass alongside the Cyborg Skin Pack. Wolfenstein Youngblood is currently available for pre-order on Amazon.
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