MachineGames’ Indiana Jones Title Is Claimed To Be A Multiplatform Release

Posted on May 30, 2022 by Nick Moreno

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Under the current reign of Lucasfilm Games, the licensing firm has been only bringing excitement for longing Star Wars fans with new projects from multiple publishers outside of Electronic Arts over the past year. Instances includes a deal with Massive Entertainment, Quantic Dream, and the notorious Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic – Remake with Aspyr. 

However, that is only some of the plans underway. In that, another arrangement was made with MachineGames to produce a new Indiana Jones title which was announced back in January 2021. Likely, the deal was made prior to the Xbox acquisition underway at the time, but the firm was presumed to acquire exclusive rights to the game. Even Xbox Games with Gold the month following celebrated the announcement which appeared to solidify that assumption.

But, according to Windows Central’s Jez Corden on the Xbox Two Podcast, that is not the case as per sources familiar with the project. He does elaborate the standing for its place of release was slated for multiplatform originally, but does gesture that could change since it has been roughly a year when last hearing about the matter. You can view the segment of the discussion in the video below:

“It isn’t,” Corden injected when speaking on Indiana Jones’ exclusively releasing for Xbox. “I pretty much know it isn’t.” He adds, “The only information I’ve had on Indiana Jones was that it wasn’t exclusive, but that was a long time ago. Maybe something’s changed.” He finishes by including “I think Indiana Jones could be one of the games at the [Xbox-Bethesda] Showcase.”

Perhaps things could change since little has been pressed on the project since its initial reveal more than a year ago – around the same time Corden heard much on the topic of its release placement. Similarly, we witnessed the same roll out for Starfield & even The Elder Scrolls VI. While presumed for multiplatform, fans were surprised to learn the new IP from Bethesda is to be an Xbox exclusive when it comes later on.

Additionally, Xbox lead Phil Spencer also iterated on the same attention being applied to the next Elder Scrolls title. He explained that the franchise “in order to be on Xbox, I want us to be able to bring the full complete package of what we have. And that would be true when I think about Elder Scrolls VI.” You can read the full report by heading here.

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