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  • Wolfenstein: Youngblood become more and more easier
    Time: Sep. 23, 2019

    Wolfenstein: Youngblood is getting easier and easier. The last patch matches the enemy's bullets, gives players basic weapons ammunition after they reappear, and adjusts the difficulty level of all boss battles.

    In addition, the Endboss and Tower missions gain checkpoints and the patch increases the number of special ammunition drops for weapons in the most difficult areas. Artificial intelligence that controls the non-player sister will also "be removed more often when it deals damage to the great enemies," which will make them less stressful for human players. He is also better able to cure a depressed player character.

    The patch is now available for Windows PC. Changes will be made to future versions of PlayStation 4, Windows PC and Xbox One.

    In the recently released release notes, MachineGames and Arkane Studios Lyon said the damage inflicted on armored opponents with the wrong type of weapon now doubled. "It will make enemies feel less damaged if the player has the wrong weapon," they wrote. However, players should always update their weapons "to maximize the damage done to hard opponents."

    General Winkler's health has been reduced "to better match the difficulty of the Zeppelin level," and the levels of Tower Gate guards have been reduced to match the level of enemies in the towers. These areas are always reserved for players of level 20 or higher.

    Wolfenstein Youngblood Bethesda Key was introduced on July 26 and is now available at whokeys.com.