Indiana Jones Video Game in Development
Garrison Hardie

Indiana Jones Video Game in Development

Any Indiana Jones fans out there? Well, hold onto your hats. MachineGames and Bethesda are partnering with Lucasfilm Games to produce a standalone Indiana Jones video game. Bethesda Game Studios director Todd Howard will oversee the project. The teaser is below: 



So what can we take away from the official teaser trailer? Well, the game will seemingly revolve at least in part around the Vatican City, with a plane ticket to Rome dated for October 1937. You can also see a map including the Sistine Chapel spread out on the desk. 

No release date, genre, or platforms have been given at this time, but one thing is clear; MachineGames will have plenty of ideas as to how Indie can take out Nazis, as they are the creators to the Wolfenstine series. For those unfamiliar with the series, it's a game set in a story where Germany won WWII, and is all about dispatching Hitler's army, but I digress. The nostalgia has me excited about this game.  

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