The two upcoming Wolfenstein games, Youngblood and Cyberpilot VR, developped by both MachineGames and Arkane Studios, have gone Gold last Thursday! It means that the Final Candidate version of the game was approved by all partner platforms, and that it can be released as the version 1.0 of the game on their console.
— Wolfenstein (@wolfenstein) July 11, 2019
Obviously, until their release, the developers will work on the Day 0 and Day 1 patches, and then on the next fixes of the games.
At the beginning of the month, Google also announced that Wolfenstein: Youngblood will be also ported to the Stadia game streaming platform, allowing anybody with any device and an internet connection – and a subscription to the Stadia service for sure – to play the game from anywhere! And from what I’ve seen with other games, it works really well, even in an internet browser!
— Stadia (@GoogleStadia) July 1, 2019
Note that for the first time in the history of the Wolfenstein series (as announced in the German forum of Bethesda), the international version of the two games (with swastika, Hitler, etc…) will be also released in Germany – along with a now useless “sanitized” version w/o these elements. The German laws have been recently changed in order to reduce the censorship on games with elements of the Third Reich.