Bethesda Announces New Wolfenstein Game
Published on Wednesday, 08 May 2013 07:43
Fans of the first person shooter genre own a debt of gratitude to Wolfenstein, widely considered to be the amongst the first FPS’s which helped to spawned a new type of gameplay. Bethesda Softworks has announced on their press site that MachineGames is working on Wolfenstein: The New Order, a re-imagining of the original game. “We are excited to bring a new chapter of Wolfenstein to gamers everywhere,” stated Jens Matthies, creative director at Machinegames. “As fans of the series, working on this game is an honor, and our team is driven to create an unforgettable action-adventure experience that will make FPS fans proud.”
The new title will ship in Q4 of 2013 and be available for XBox, PS3, PC as well as the new generation consoles.
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