Bethesda's Machine Games will develop a new Indiana Jones title in partnership with the revived Lucasfilm Games, but there's still plenty we don't know about it so far.
Will it be first-person or third-person? Will it feature Harrison Ford? Will it come to PlayStation? These questions and more remain. In the meantime, though, check out everything we know about the game below.
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Bethesda's Indiana Jones Game Was First Pitched In 2009 - June 29, 2021
Speaking in an interview with The Telegraph, Todd Howard confirmed that he originally pitched the game's idea to George Lucas back in 2009. You can read more here.
Development Is Still Early Days - June 20, 2021
Pete Hines from Bethesda has heavily implied that development on Indiana Jones is till in the early days and that we shouldn't expect to hear about the game for a while. Full details here.
Bethesda Discuss Wolfenstein 3 And Indiana Jones In New Interview - June 17, 2021
While speaking to GameSpot's Tamoor Hussain, Bethesda executive Pete Hines gave us a small update on why Wolfenstein 3 and Indiana Jones weren't at E3, saying ‘We’ll have to wait till we get to the point of wanting to talk about it". You can read more here.
There's no official release date as of yet, but with the game just entering production, it seems sometime in 2023 or 2024 seems likely.
The Indiana Jones story will be an entirely new one.
Todd Howard confirmed that the Indiana Jones game will tell a wholly original, standalone tale set at the height of the career of the famed adventurer.
“It’ll be some time before we have more to reveal, but we’re very excited to share today’s news,” the company added.
In a post on StarWars.com, Lucasfilm said that there are clues to the game’s setup in the reveal teaser.
No official trailer has been posted, but a teaser has been revealed to announce that the game is in development.
Machine Games will be taking on development duties, and they know a little something about killing Nazis - the developer has also been working on the most recent Wolfenstein titles most recently.
The game will also boast Todd Howard as executive producer, the man behind Fallout 3 and Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.
While it seems certain that Xbox Series S, Xbox Series X and PC owners will get to play Indy's digital adventure, the possibility of a PlayStation release is less obvious.
That's because Machine Games is now owned by Microsoft, so unless Disney (owner of Lucasfilm) wants the game on PlayStation hardware, it's anyone's guess as to whether it'll make that jump.