Bethesda reveals a new Indiana Jones game being made by Wolfenstein studio MachineGames

It’s the primary undertaking to come from the new Lucasfilm Games mark.

Recently, Disney declared the arrival of Lucasfilm Games as “the authority personality for all gaming titles from Lucasfilm,” including Star Wars games “and past.” Today we got our first glance at what the new mark is getting up to, and it’s an astonishment, without a doubt: An Indiana Jones game being created by Wolfenstein studio MachineGames.

From the start I figured it very well may be another Wolfenstein, until the finish of the clasp, when the renowned whip and fedora show up. Furthermore, despite the fact that it’s splitting endlessly from what MachineGames is most popular for, it is anything but an awful fit: Doctor Jones was pretty broadly against Nazi, all things considered.

The new game will include “an entirely unique, independent story set at the tallness of the profession of the popular swashbuckler,” and will highlight Elder Scrolls and Fallout game chief Todd Howard as leader maker. Things being what they are, Howard was indicating the new game from the start:

There are additionally clearly clues to be found in the secret, as the declaration says it “might hold a few hints.” (Which implies it holds a few pieces of information.) There’s no expression of a delivery date yet, yet we’re searching for additional subtleties and will refresh when we can.