The Wolfenstein franchise is something very dear to gamers hearts (myself very much included), considered to some the grand-daddy of the FPS. The latest series from MachineGames introduced a little more emotion and depth to the franchise - stepping out of the usual action shooter space to offer something more. While players waited eagerly for a sequel to 2014's The New Order, the team offered a smaller engagement titled The Old Blood to fill that waiting period.
Flash forward to 2019 where we, again, are awaiting the next numbered release of the series, and MachineGames, along with Arkane Studios, have again provided us with 'in-between' engagements in the form of Wolfenstein: Youngblood and Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot. The advantage of doing so keeps the brand alive during major development on the core sequels, but also offers the team an opportunity to try different things within the series. Where Youngblood has brought full co-operative gameplay to the experience, Cyberpilot provided players will a VR experience within the universe. Andrew has already reviewed Youngblood which can be viewed here, so I decided to put my pilot skills to the test in VR.
The PlayStation Move Controllers offered responsive feedback and fun gameplay when playing as the Cyberpilot.
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26 July 2019
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