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Wolfenstein 3 could be in development

One of Bethesda’s most acclaimed franchises could make its appearance this year, Wolfenstein 3 may be in the works.

Wolfenstein is one of the seminal shooter franchises right up there with Doom, but like the id franchise, it took a bit of time before there was a new game that worked for modern audiences. However, MachineGames proved that it was capable of modernizing the alternate history shooter and doing something that made it feel fresh.

It’s pulpy, extreme, violent, and deeply funny. More importantly, it’s also very satisfying to play, and in all of that, he’s created a rich story that gives BJ Blazkowicz a lot of depth.

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Fans have been waiting for a new entry in the series after 2017’s Wolfenstein: The New Colossus and its 2019 co-op spinoff Wolfenstein Youngblood. The latter was pretty poorly received, but it didn’t change the fact that fans wanted a proper third Wolfenstein game starring BJ.

It looks like it may finally be in the works, as a former MachineGames employee posted on their LinkedIn page that they had just finished their tenure at the studio and were working on both the next Indiana Jones game and an unannounced project. It looks like Indiana Jones may be the next game to come out of MachineGames as they’ve been working on it for several years now, but we have no idea what’s to come after that. However, the studio isn’t really known for anything else besides Wolfenstein and it would be strange for them to prioritize another project that would likely take another 3-5 years.


If this “unannounced project” isn’t Wolfenstein 3, it would mean we’d probably have to wait until the late 2020s to see such a game, possibly a full decade after the last game. While not impossible, it seems unlikely that MachineGames would make us wait that long to see how BJ’s story finally concludes.

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