Does Wolfenstein: Youngblood for Nintendo Switch support cross-save or crossplay?
Best answer: No, you cannot cross-save or crossplay Wolfenstein: Youngblood, but with Buddy Pass your friends can play with you for free.Friends play free: Wolfenstein: Youngblood Deluxe Edition ($40 at Nintendo)Don't forget the subscription: Nintendo Switch Online 12-Month Membership ($20 at Nintendo)
Crossplay and cross-save
The new Wolfenstein: Youngblood game has been released for Xbox One, Playstation 4, PC, and Nintendo Switch. When it comes to games that are available on so many systems, one of the questions that often gets asked is if it can be played with friends on other consoles, also called crossplay. Unfortunately for Wolfenstein fans the official Wolfenstein Twitter account tweeted on July 23rd, "Crossplay is currently not supported in Youngblood." Players will not be able to cross-save either, meaning each console will have its own save files specific to the player's game play on that system.
Youngblood Buddy Pass
A unique feature that is offered to players who have purchased the deluxe edition is the Buddy Pass. With a Buddy Pass, you can play the game all the way through with friends that don't own the game as long as they are playing on the same console. If the friends using the Buddy Pass decide to buy the game, their progress will be saved and they will not have to start over.
Play with friends
Buddy Pass included
These passes can be shared with as many people as you want and your friends can play alongside you to access the game until they buy their own copy of the game.
To use the Buddy Pass on the Switch, you will need to have a Nintendo Switch Online subscription and an account with Bethesda. This membership allows you to play with other Switch players online.
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Alex has been working with iMore as a Freelance Gaming Writer for three years. You can also find a few articles of hers on Android Central and Windows Central. She regularly covers Nintendo Switch games and accessories as well as iOS game apps. In addition to the Nintendo Switch, you may also find her playing on the PlayStation and PC. When she doesn’t have a controller in hand she likes to spend her time with her husband, son, and dogs, exploring new places, or hiding away with a book (or comic book). A few of her favorite games include the Zelda franchise, Little Nightmares, and Animal Crossing.
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