Wolfenstein Youngblood brings us more Nazi-killin action, but this time in a more co-op focused format. While you won’t be playing as BJ Blazkowicz, you’ve still got two badass twins that are capable of dealing out a ton of pain across Paris. Here’s what you need to know regarding whether or not Wolfenstein Youngblood is an open world game.
Is Wolfenstein Youngblood Open World? What You Need to Know
The answer to this is… kind of. After a few opening missions, the game puts you into a hub area called the Catacombs. From here, you’ll be able to find all of the side characters who will give you missions to embark on.
The basic premise in Wolfenstein Youngblood is that you, as the twin sisters, will infiltrate three bases known as Brother 1, Brother 2, and Brother 3.
Infiltrating these will inform you as to where BJ Blazkowicz is. You’ll be able to head out into various mini open world areas around Paris during these missions, and you can also travel between them using the Metro Map in various underground locations.
It is possible to get from some locations without using the metro, but the world of Wolfenstein Youngblood is essentially a bunch of loosely tied together large areas. You will go back to each area multiple times, and often multiple areas in single missions, so you’ll definitely get that sense of open world freedom, but it’s not quite as prominent in Youngblood as it is in, say, Skyrim.
That’s everything you need to know about whether or not Wolfenstein Youngblood is an open world game or not. For more tips, tricks, and guides, be sure to search for Twinfinite or check out more of our guides down below.