MachineGames – developer of the rebooted Wolfenstein series and the upcoming Indiana Jones game – could possibly be hinting at an imminent announcement.
Nearly five years on from Wolfenstein 2's launch, we still don't have a full-fledged sequel- what exactly is going on with the series?
Even with the vast range of IPs available to Microsoft, there are specific titles we'd like to see making a comeback on current-gen platforms.
The best first person shooters you never played.
Fans of MachineGames' Wolfenstein series shouldn't be worried about the series, says Bethesda's VP of global marketing Pete Hines.
Gaming icons, through the ages.
RPGs? Platformers? Strategy? Shooters? They've done 'em all.
Just in time for Wolfenstein: Youngblood.
"I say that genuinely, rather than as some trite PR answer," says senior producer John Jennings.
The team has their eyes on another classic id Software franchise.
We haven't seen the last of these series.
Save single player games, everyone!
The man, the myth, the legend himself.
Go for the three-peat, id!
Strangely enough, Fallout is missing.
Is this a new IP from Zenimax?
Yes, even longer than the GTA IV story they did 4 years ago.
Prey 2 or Wolfenstein? You decide.
A new Wolfenstein or something else entirely?
Could id's Nazi-killing FPS be returning for one last hurrah?