Bethesda Pulls the Curtain Back on Indiana Jones and the Great Circle

During the Xbox Developer Direct, gamers were finally treated to gameplay (and a title) for the upcoming Indiana Jones game from Bethesda & MachineGames.

After being announced a while back, things got REAL quiet on the Indiana Jones game for a while. As promised, however, today brings oodles of new information and our first look at gameplay.

Pardon my language…but holy shit. This looks incredible. They’ve absolutely nailed the tone and look of the films (whoever’s doing Indiana’s voice is incredible), while offering us something new. I’m all about more games that let us punch the shit out of Nazis and being as cool as Harrison Ford. I need this game in my veins right now.

I love that it’s set between Raiders of the Lost Ark and The Last Crusade. It’s largely unexplored territory for the character and allows us to join the character during the time period fans know/love him best. Plus we get to see some more familiar faces to go with it! Between the cinematic feel, the story, and music this looks like something special for fans and newcomers alike.

Uncover one of history’s greatest mysteries in Indiana Jones and the Great Circle™, a first-person, single-player adventure set between the events of Raiders of the Lost Ark™ and The Last Crusade™. The year is 1937, sinister forces are scouring the globe for the secret to an ancient power connected to the Great Circle, and only one person can stop them – Indiana Jones™. You’ll become the legendary archaeologist in this cinematic action-adventure game from MachineGames, the award-winning studio behind the recent Wolfenstein series, and executive produced by Hall of Fame game designer Todd Howard.

Indiana Jones and the Great Circle arrives later this year for Xbox Series S|X, PC, and Game Pass.

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