Bethesda’s original post on Twitter included a video that showed the term MachineGames, the Lucasfilm Games logo, and the iconic hat and whip. A post on StarWars.com explained that the trailer “may have some clues”
At the time of writing, no release date, type or platform has been given, but one thing is clear-MachineGames will have a lot of ideas on how to independently release Nazis.
Since Bethesda is about to be owned by Microsoft, it is not clear whether this will be an exclusive Xbox product (timed or complete), but the game is likely to be released to Game Pass. Microsoft hopes that Bethesda game will be “the first, better , Still best”.
Lucasfilm Games announced yesterday that it will be a comeback brand, which seems to cover games made by multiple developers in the “Star Wars Galaxy and beyond”-this is clearly the “beyond” part. The statement said: “Lucasfilm Games is now the official logo of all Lucasfilm game names,” this name includes the company’s extensive video game catalog and vision for the future.
Lucasfilm Games (later LucasArts) released a number of Indiana Jones games as a developer, including the adventure game classic Indiana Jones and The Destiny of Atlantis, which we call the greatest Indiana Jones ever game.
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