Not too long ago, Bethesda announced several new titles that would include virtual reality (VR) support.
The other project is called Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot and is a standalone game.
The new game is set in the future (1980), and follows BJ Blascowiz (spelling)'s twin daughters as they follow in their father's Nazi-killing ways.More news: Trump considering pardon for boxing legend Muhammad Ali
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During a media event leading into the Electronic Entertainment Expo trade show in Los Angeles today, Bethesda revealed Wolfenstein: Youngblood and a Wolfenstein VR experience.
We also liked the game's sense of humour, as at one point a goon notices a TV laying on the floor and ends up watching an advert for an animatronic monster head. Called Typhon Hunter, the new mode will debut Summer 2018. As the two main characters suggests, this is a cooperative game that will enable players to experience the Wolfenstein action with a friend.