Indiana Jones 5 is supposed to be the final adventure of Harrison Ford's titular archeologist/man of action, which is both a sensible idea and a bittersweet event to behold in the future.
A new Indiana Jones game is coming. The publisher also reveals that it will be a while before we hear any more about the game, suggesting it is early in development. But in the year that will finally - all things permitting - see the Uncharted movie hit our screens, comes an exciting Indy announcement in the gaming sphere: everyone's favourite whip cracking archaeologist is getting a next-gen video game courtesy of the team at Bethesda.
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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.
The most recent Indiana Jones games were ones in the Lego series. However, we're still excited to see how Indy looks and plays in the new installment. After all, the company was recently acquired alongside Bethesda in a deal with Microsoft.
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While further details may now be under wraps for the project, the game publisher revealed that the title will feature an entirely original story for the iconic archaeologist and history professor and will be executive produced by Bethesda's Todd Howard in collaboration with Lucasfilm. According to the studio, it'll be some time before there's more to reveal.
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