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Wolfenstein is not in danger; Bethesda wants to continue working on the saga

Wolfenstein was one of the absentees from the Xbox & Bethesda Games Showcase conference at E3 2021. MachineGames’ most recognized intellectual property, now part of Xbox Game Studios, remains in the company’s plans despite the studio now focusing its efforts in the upcoming video game based on Indiana Jones. When asked about Wolfenstein, Bethesda Vice President of Marketing Pete Hines says that there is nothing to worry about.

“Where are we with Wolfenstein or, honestly, with any other franchise that we have no announced plans for, we’ll have to wait until we get to the point of wanting to talk about it”Hines comments in GameSpot. “But you can put me high on the list of people who want to see another Wolfenstein gameSo don’t worry about it, ”he adds. An eventual Wolfenstein III it sounded loudly prior to E3 as one of the possible surprises of the Xbox conference. In the end it was not like that.

The last major installment in the series is Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus, celebrated by critics and audiences alike for its quality; Although our latest approach to the saga is Youngblood, published in 2019, a production derived from the second with a smaller size and scale.

Xbox introduced 27 games for Xbox Game Pass during E3

The Xbox and Bethesda conference at E3 2021 was the most followed in the company’s history. Featuring new trailers and featured announcements such as the latest Halo Infinite, the first Starfield preview, the mighty Forza Horizon 5, the latest from Arkane Studios, The Outer Worlds 2, Contraband, A Plague Tale: Requiem or countless Xbox games Game Pass, the North American company has a large roadmap between now and the near future.

Source | GameSpot

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