Although Maya grew up and lived among the F1 cars and beaches of Monaco, she spent more time indoors playing on her Xbox 360. As she grew up, so did her love for games, particularly narrative-based games. She loved games that told a story or got her attached to characters. Now, Maya writes both articles about the latest games but also is writing her own novel. She one day hopes to be writing for games herself, especially fantasy RPGs!
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What we know so far about the game is that its developers are MachineGames, with Bethesda’s Todd Howard acting as executive producer of the project.
— Bethesda (@bethesda) January 12, 2021
What do we know so far about the Indiana Jones game?
Very little. There’s not been much information other than the announcement, but thankfully we’ve been given a tiny amount of detail:
“An original, standalone tale set at the height of the career of the famed adventurer.” – Lucasfilm’s news outlet.
Considering all we have to speculate on comes from the Indiana Jones Game 20 second teaser, we’re pulling at straws to figure out what might be going on in-game.
Some things worth delving into though:
- The props from the teaser all look to be from the time-period of the original three films (Around 1930s and 40s)
- In the teaser, there’s a plane ticket marked October 21st 1937, likely the setting of the game.
- The game seems like it will be taking place in Rome, Italy.
- A map of the Vatican marks the Sistine Chapel as a point of interest.
- The Vatican City was never occupied, it was a neutral zone during WW2, this will no doubt play into the game’s plot and story.
- We can assume that part of the game will involve Indiana sneaking into the secret library (the Apostolic Archives).
As of now, that’s all we know and thus can speculate on about the Indiana Jones Game! As more information is released, we’ll be sure to let you know even more!