An Indiana Jones Game Is Being Teased by Bethesda

Bethesda Softworks and Machine Games announce Indiana Jones game

Bethesda has announced that Wolfenstein: The New Order and The New Colossus developer MachineGames is working on a new Indiana Jones game, with Fallout maestro Todd Howard assuming the role of executive producer.

Today's announcement arrives on the heels of yesterday's news that future Lucasfilm projects will be under the new Lucasfilm Games umbrella.

Stay tuned for more updates on what the developer has planned for this Indiana Jones game.


It won't be the first Indiana Jones game - beyond the point-and-click favourites like Indiana Jones And The Fate Of Atlantis, there was 2001's Tomb Raider-esque 3D adventure The Infernal Machine, and 2003's The Emperor's Tomb, as well as LEGO Indiana Jones. However, we're still excited to see how Indy looks and plays in the new installment.

Lucasfilm Games added, "The game will tell a wholly original, standalone tale set at the height of the career of the famed adventurer". With that in mind, we're certainly seeing a younger Indiana Jones, as opposed to the older Kingdom of the Crystal Skull Indy, who will feature once more in the upcoming fifth movie in the franchise. After all, the company was recently acquired alongside Bethesda in a deal with Microsoft. The publisher and owner of the studio, Bethesda, teased the project in a Twitter video that promises a new adventure in the world of one of pop culture's most famous adventurers.

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