If the upcoming announced that Wolfenstein studio Machine Games is working on an Indiana Jones video game with Lucasfilm Games. The short teaser trailer pans over a desk covered with books, maps and other adventure accessories, before revealing Indy's fedora and whip.wasn't enough for you, Bethesda on Tuesday
"The game will tell a wholly original, standalone tale set at the height of the career of the famed adventurer," Lucasfilm said in a statement.
It's unclear when the game will come out, but it's likely to be an Xbox exclusive since Microsoft Bethesda and parent company ZeniMax for $7.5 billion last September.
Bethesda director Todd Howard, known for spearheading the Fallout and Elder Scrolls series, will act as executive producer. We might not hear more about the game for a while, Bethesda noted, but fans will no doubt dissect every second of the trailer for clues. Much like Indy would, if game trailers existed in the mid 20th century.