Bethesda Softworks and MachineGames announce Indiana Jones game


A new Indiana Jones game is on the way, as Bethesda joins forces with Lucasfilm Games.

For years, if you wanted to play a recent video game that made you feel like Indiana Jones, you'd have to pick up Uncharted.

The video gaming publisher Bethesda announced Tuesday that it's working on a new "Indiana Jones" title with a cryptic video trailer and scant other details.

We'll be sure to keep an eye on this exciting release as more information becomes available.

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A follow-up tweet from Bethesda confirms that MachineGames, responsible for the Wolfenstein titles such as Wolfenstein: The New Order and Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus, will be leading development. And considering Indy's frequent encounters with that unsavory group, it seems like Machine Games is doubling down on the Nazi-killing/punching angle. And if you wanted to watch a film that felt a bit like playing Uncharted, you'd stick on three of the four Indiana Jones films.

The untitled Indiana Jones project will feature an original story, so it's unlikely that Harrison Ford will be making an appearance. According to the studio, it'll be some time before there's more to reveal.

Seeing as Bethesda will soon be owned by Microsoft, there's a chance that the game could be an Xbox exclusive (timed or otherwise).