In a recent interview with GQ, Todd Howard, executive producer at Bethesda, gave an encouraging update on the development progress of the upcoming Indiana Jones game. He said that the game is “midway through development” and that MachineGames, the studio developing the game, is “doing a really great job.” Howard also praised MachineGames for their work on the Wolfenstein series, saying that they “have the whole Nazi killing thing down.”
The Indiana Jones game is being developed in collaboration with Lucasfilm Games, and it will be an original story set within the Indiana Jones universe. The game will be exclusive to Xbox platforms, including PC, and will have a “day one” release on Xbox Game Pass.
Howard did not provide any specific details about the game’s release date, but he did say that it is “still some time” before we will see more of it. However, the fact that the game is halfway through development is a good sign, and it suggests that we could be seeing more of it in the near future.
Based on Howard’s comments, it sounds like the Indiana Jones game is in good hands. MachineGames is a talented studio with a proven track record, and they are clearly passionate about the project. I’m excited to see what they come up with, and I’m confident that it will be a worthy addition to the Indiana Jones franchise.
Here are some other things to keep in mind about the Indiana Jones game:
- It will be a third-person action-adventure game.
- It will be set in the 1930s, during the Golden Age of Archaeology.
- It will feature a new story and characters, but it will also pay homage to the classic Indiana Jones films.
- It will be released exclusively for Xbox platforms and PC.