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Wednesday, 08 May 2013 08:57

New Wolfenstein on the horizon

Written by David Stellmack

360/PS3/PC & Next-Gen Consoles in Q4 2013

A new Wolfenstein is coming! Wolfenstein: The New Order is a brand new cross generational action-adventure shooter that is in development by Sweden-based MachineGames, confirmed by Bethesda Softworks. The team is made up primarily of former Starbreeze Studios developers who worked on both the Riddick and Darkness titles.

The game is a new chapter in the Wolfenstein saga and promises to re-imagine the classic shooter, while at the same time keeping the things that made Wolfenstein great. While the game will use id Software’s id Tech 5 engine to power it, id Software is apparently not involved in the actual development of the title.

The game will arrive in the 4th quarter of this year for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PC, as well as Next Generation consoles from both Microsoft and Sony.

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