Latest Patch Fixes 100% Completion Bug and More
Wolfenstein: Youngblood is getting some improvements to help players both in co-op and solo play. The patch (1.0.4) is coming to PC first, then PS4 and Xbox One a few days later, with Switch updates pending. Timings of these updates can be found on the Wolfenstein Twitter.
A forum post from Community Manager MortalEmperor outlines these changes in detail. The biggest addition is the added ability to pause the game in offline mode.
Some other minor changes have been made, including some bug fixes related to the game not registering 100% completion, players not taking damage from explosions, or being turned around while operating an elevator. Nothing game-breaking, but long-time players will be relieved they can properly catch a grenade from friendly targets. Additionally, numerous audio issues are being fixed as well as a bug that kept the camera tilted after changing certain in-game options.
Generally, the patch is cleaning up some remaining bugs in the game, while preparing for patch 1.0.5. 1.0.5 will feature some larger changes: difficulty adjustments, better ammo drops, and much more. These updates are a result of community feedback and should allow for an easier 100% game completion.
Curious about Wolfenstein: Youngblood? Want to see gameplay of two sisters sneaking through Nazi-occupied Paris to find their father? Check out our review! Happy with these updates? Looking forward to that 100% completion? Let us know in the comments.