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The video gaming publisher Bethesda announced Tuesday that it’s working on a new “Indiana Jones” title with a cryptic video trailer and scant other details.
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The new game will have an original story, so there may be hints in the book titles stacked up in the trailer, including a date stamped on a receipt. At least one book that is visible is “authored” by the upcoming game’s executive producer Todd Howard, the creator behind “Skyrim” and many of Bethesda’s other big hits.
Microsoft announced last September that it was buying Bethesda’s parent company, ZeniMax Media, for $7.5 billion. And Disney, which bought Lucasfilm for $4.05 billion in 2012, announced Monday the launch of a subsidiary to handle collaborations with major gaming studios for its movie franchises.
The Swedish studio MachineGames, behind recent “Wolfenstein” games, is managing development in collaboration with Lucasfilm Games.