According to a reliable insider, the game about Machinegames Indiana will be released this year

As previously expected, Microsoft announced that it would spend its first Xbox Developer Direct January 18. For those who are not familiar with this format, Developer Direct usually pay more attention to a small number of games, and not load a million announcements.

Microsoft confirmed that Senua’s Saga: Hellblade II, Avowed and Senua Saga will be presented at the upcoming show. New game about Indiana Jones from Machinegames. The first two games were expected, since their exit was already confirmed in 2024, but Indiana Jones became a small surprise. The game about indie was announced at the beginning of 2021, but since then we have heard almost nothing about her.

According to the reliable insider Tom Henderson, Microsoft does not just demonstrate the game about Indiana Jones this month – it will be released in 2024. Fans are used to waiting for a long time between the announcement of a large game and its release, but, according to the documents leaked during the acquisition of Activision Blizzard, the initial Microsoft plan for release "Indie" was in the fourth year 2022, so the release of the game in 2024 is quite believable. Nevertheless, as always, for now, perceive these rumors with a share of mistrust.

Machinegames, marked by the studio, standing behind the recent Wolfenstein series, will present its upcoming game about Indiana Jones, an action adventure in which the players will be in the leather jacket of the legendary archaeologist. More than 10 minutes of information about the game and developers, including the details about the setting and the plot of the game, about how the fans will play for indie, additional details of its next adventure around the world, as well as the prime minister of the first gameplay trailer will be presented.

Between Indiana Jones, Hellblade II and Avowed, Xbox 2024, it seems, is formed quite well. In addition, there are stubborn rumors that this month another unexpected release may take place at the exhibition, similar to what Microsoft made with Hi-Fi Rush last year.