MachineGames Has Started Production On Indiana Jones, Helped With Deathloop’s Development

According to a LinkedIn post, MachineGame’s recently announced Indiana Jones has seemingly started production, and the team helped with Deathloop’s development.

As spotted by Twitter user Timur222, lighting artist Rik Nieuwdorp posted two updates on his LinkedIn that reveal the status of the Indiana Jones game.

From the post, we can see that Nieuwdorp has been working on the game since March of this year, although he doesn’t reveal any more details about the game. In the post Nieuewdorp says, “Lighting artist on currently in production Indiana Jones title. Details will be forthcoming in the future”.

Although this still doesn’t give us more information about what kind of game Indiana Jones is going to be, it does confirm that the game is in production now and is seemingly MachineGames’ focus. Considering how bare-bones the reveal trailer for Indiana Jones was, it’s good to know that it’s proceeding smoothly.

So far the only concrete bit of information that we have regarding Indiana Jones is that it “will tell a wholly original tale set at the height of the career of the famed adventurer”. Considering MachineGames’ previous work, many are speculating that it will be a first-person adventure, but there’s no confirmation of that just yet.

Another interesting reveal from this LinkedIn profile is the fact that MachineGames helped out on Deathloop’s development over the past year. Nieuwdorp’s LinkedIn update implies that MachineGames has been helping with Deathloop from March 2020 to February 2021, although it’s unknown how many members are involved or if it’s just Nieuwdorp. Timur222 also linked to another LinkedIn post that claimed that MachineGames has been helping with Deathloop since May 2020.

In recent Bethesda news, an insider has claimed that its upcoming title Starfield won’t be coming to PlayStation consoles and is an Xbox and PC exclusive. Another leak has claimed that Microsoft is confident that Starfield will release this year, and have even started to buy advertisement time for the game. The Fallout 76 team is also hiring for an unannounced project, which some are believing to be something multiplayer-focused.

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