Wolfenstein: Youngblood, the co-op first-person-shooter that takes place in the generational future of the Wolfenstein universe, is coming out in just a few days. However, if you are on PC or are desperate to play the game early, it appears to be coming out one day early on that platform.
The news comes from a tweet on Bethesda’s account, kind of matter-of-factly announcing that the PC version will release on July 25, a day before the other versions.
PC launches globally a day earlier on July 25!
— Bethesda (@bethesda) July 22, 2019
It’s not made clear why specifically this is the case, as the replies seem to mostly be people upset about Fallout 76. As July 25 is the opening day of Quakecon, in which Wolfenstein would clearly have some relation, so maybe Bethesda plans to just have it available for attendees and thus launch it globally for everyone. It’s not clear, but it does mean that PC players will get through the story a day earlier than everyone else, so beware of spoilers.
For everyone else, Wolfenstein: Youngblood launches on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Switch on July 26.