Wolfenstein: Youngblood received an update today, giving it a shine with new features. \n \nThe update is jammed full, including a new mission, map, abilities, and aesthetics, and it’s available on Xbox One, PC, and PS4 for download right now. The update is coming to Nintendo Switch soon. \n \nHere is a list of new things Wolfenstein gamers can do while killing Nazis! \n \nTreasure Hunt Mission and New Parisian Map: \n \nA new side quest has been launched called Treasure Hunt. It’s available after the player finishes the endgame side mission “Da’at Yichud Artifacts.” \n \nThe mission will take you through a Parisian reservoir, and of course, a Nazi bunker. \n \nThe goal is to unlock the Da’at Yichud chest, but to do that, Wolfenstein gamers are going to have to take down brand new enemies, including the Electrodrohne (a Tesla drone,) the Wurmlochsoldat (a teleporting Ubersoldier,) and the Turmhund (Laserhund with a turret.) \n \nOnce the player finishes the side quest, their journal will feature 20 treasure maps. Located in the “Missions” tab, the treasure maps will send the player around Paris, seeking out glorious rewards, including Silver Coins, Experience \nPoints, and Ability Points. \n \nHere is a video shared by the official Wolfenstein Twitter page showing off the update: \n \nhttps:\/\/twitter.com\/wolfenstein\/status\/1194291195515678720 \n \nAdding Abilities: \n \nMind, Muscle, and Power skill trees have all received new abilities, including Quick Revive for the Mind tree, Silent Killer for the Power tree, and Dual Wield Expert for the Muscle tree. \n \nTwo new Pep Signals have been released as well, including Hammer Rage, which produces Heavy Weapon ammo and Quad Damage, which increases damage done by players by a multiple of four, lasting four seconds. \n \nNew Skins: \n \nGamers can take down Nazis in style while wearing a brand-new outfit. These skins include the Chrome Syndrome skin, Bloodthirsty skin, and Bomber skin. \n \nThis update is ready for Wolfenstein: Youngblood gamers to download right now. \n \nWhat is Wolfenstein: Youngblood? \n \nThe Wolfenstein franchise has been around since the 1980s, and centers around a dystopic Nazi-ruled world. The genre plays as an action-adventure, and as long time Wolfenstein players will attest to, it is known as the pioneer of stealth games. \n \nWolfenstein: Youngblood takes place two decades after liberating the United States from Nazi Rule. The story follows twin sisters Jessica and Sophia Blazkowicz, who travel to Paris in search of their missing father, BJ. However, the Nazis have a strong foothold in France, and the sisters must take them down to find their father. \n \nWolfenstein: Youngblood was released in July of this year, and is available for PC, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. It is also planned to be released on Google Stadia.