Only a couple of days remaining until the worldwide release of a new Wolfenstein game.  However, seems like Bethesda decided to treat their PC community with an early release Wolfenstein: Young Blood. Previously set to be released on July 26th across all platforms, will now reach the PC players on 25th. So, if you’re a console gamer – keep an eye out for spoilers!

The news was announced via Bethesda’s Twitter account:

We can only speculate why Bethesda changed it’s mind and decided to give a head start for the PC community. Most likely, it’s due to the fact that Quakecon is opening its doors on July 25th, and the studio wants to give their visitors a chance to play the game on the show floor without excluding people left at home. 

If by some chance you lived under a rock and haven’t heard about Wolfenstein: Youngblood, you should know that it’s a new co-op first-person-shooter game which is set in the future of Wolfenstein’s universe. For the first time in the series, the game features two female protagonists, twin daughters of BJ’s Blazkowicz. 

If you’re into co-op games, you can’t miss it. The game for PC launches tomorrow, while PC, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch version are set to be released on July 26th.