As you work your way through Wolfenstein: Youngblood, you’ll have the opportunity to pick up interesting new weapons. Among these weapons is the Dieselkraftwerk which, as its name suggests, is powered by diesel and great for eliminating enemies. Struggling to get your hands on this nifty weapon in Wolfenstein: Youngblood? Below, we’ve put together a guide explaining where you can find the Dieselkraftwerk in Wolfenstein: Youngblood!
Where to find the Dieselkraftwerk in Wolfenstein: Youngblood
In Wolfenstein: Youngblood, you’ll be tasked with raiding a group of Brothers. As you work to raid Brother 2, you’ll have the opportunity to find the special Dieselkraftwerk weapon. To get a hold of this weapon, you’ll need to proceed through the Brother 2 raid up until the part where you need to lower the bridges.
Nearby, the Dieselkraftwerk can be found displayed inside a hardshell case as seen in the image above. There's also a computer terminal here that offers a tutorial on the Dieselkraftwerk. In order to continue progressing through the Brother 2 raid, you’ll need to pick up the Dieselkraftwerk, making it hard to miss.
If you fail to pick up the Dieselkraftwerk, you’ll need to circle back as this weapon is needed to lower the bridges leading into the next area. Overall, the Dieselkraftwerk is a fun weapon to use in that it fires stick grenades. Once a grenade is stuck to a target, you can use alt-fire to detonate the grenade.
If you’ve ever played Golden-Eye for the N64, the Dieselkrafwerk is fun in that you can cover an area with sticky grenades, wait for the right moment, then detonate them all at once. It makes for a good laugh, especially if you’re playing co-op with a friend!
Now that you know where to find the Dieselkraftwker in Wolfenstein: Youngblood, be sure to read through some of our other guides including how to change the difficulty in Wolfenstein: Youngblood, whether there’s split-screen multiplayer in Wolfenstein: Youngblood, and approximately how long it’ll take you to beat Wolfenstein: Youngblood.Load Comments