However, only for cosmetic items.
Information about this is listed in the official FAQ on the website of the game – it placed soon after the release of the first gameplay trailer March 27, but many players have paid attention until now.
According to the FAQ, “most of the items” from the store will be available for purchase not only for money, but also for in-game currency.
There will be no Luthboxes in the store – all items are sold directly, but it is unclear whether it will be possible, for example, to try them on a character in advance, or if you have to buy them blindly.
Wolfenstein: Youngblood’s spin-off is dedicated to the daughters of Blaskowitz, the main character of the serial parts of the series. The game can be played both in co-op and alone – then the second sister will control the computer.
The game can already be pre-ordered, and in the extended edition, in addition to cosmetic bonuses, includes the so-called Buddy Pass. With it, a player can invite a friend to a co-op, even if he does not have a purchased copy.
Youngblood will be released on July 26 on PS4, PC, Xbox One and Switch.