Nintendo Switch version Wolfenstein: Youngblood will not include a cartridge for GameStop, Walmart and Amazon.
Announcement of Wolfenstein: Youngblood's The release date in March was accompanied by a physical and digital release of the game for the Nintendo Switch. Both DOOM and Wolfenstein II: New Colossus they came to the hybrid console, so it made sense that Bethesdina's latest title was followed. Unfortunately, it looks like a physical version Wolfenstein: Youngblood for the Nintendo Switch will not come to the cartridge.
Instead, those who pick up Wolfenstein: Youngblood for the Nintendo Switch retail will be greeted with downloading the code after the box is opened. This detail was first seen by Nintendo Everything, who was given the impression that Wolfenstein: Youngblood's The GameStop list states "There is no container for this game. The code will be enclosed in the box. An internet connection is required. "
After that, DualShockers continued to check Amazon and Walmart, and they both finished the same thing with respect to the Nintendo Switch version of the game. DualShockers turned to Bethesdi for confirmation and will update this article when they reply.
Although these news may be disappointing for those who like to collect physical versions of games, this is not the first time for the Nintendo Switch. The headlines love Mega Man Legacy Collection 1 + 2 and coming up Resident Evil Origins Collection for Nintendo Switch require players to take one of the two games included in these packages. The Nintendo Switch cartridges are known for being expensive, especially when the game deals with more space, so it makes sense why Bethesda should make this decision.
For those who are still fine with picking up the Nintendo Switch version of the game after this development, it is currently available for pre-ordering on Amazon. Wolfenstein: Youngblood will release July 26 for PC, PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch.