When Bethesda announced a spinoff Wolfenstein: Youngblood during E3 this year, we competence have wondered if Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus was a finish of a story for array protagonist BJ Blazkowicz. If we did, your worries are misplaced. Wolfenstein III is coming, Bethesda clamp boss of tellurian selling and communications Pete Hines told Metro in a new interview.
“Absolutely we’re creation a Wolfenstein III,” he said. “They pronounced on theatre that they’re holding a mangle from a incomparable story to do [Wolfenstein: Youngblood]. But we all have to see how that ends.”
That’s good news to fans of a story of Blazkowicz fighting a Nazis, though that’s all we have to go on during this indicate per Wolfenstein. In a interview, Hines also overwhelmed on another Bethesda array with an capricious future: Dishonored. When asked about a new criticism from a developer from Arkane Studios that Dishonored is “resting,” Hines said, “Ah, we wouldn’t review too most into that.”
He continued, “Look, Arkane has dual studios, they’re operative on a series of things. That’s no opposite than Todd Howard saying, ‘I’m gonna make a Fallout diversion and afterwards I’m gonna make Starfield before we go behind to TES6.’ He didn’t contend I’m never creation another… there’s like, ‘We have an thought for another thing here, we have an thought for another there.'”
Bethesda has a lot of large games designed for a entrance years. Fallout 76 launches Nov 14. Doom Eternal, Rage 2, and Wolfenstein: Youngblood are scheduled for 2019. Beyond that, there’s Starfield, The Elder Scrolls VI, and now Wolfenstein III.
As for a subsequent Wolfenstein game, Youngblood will be set in a 1980s and stars Jessica and Sophia, a twin daughters of BJ Blazkowicz, as they continue a fight on a Nazi scourge. You can play it solo or in co-op. Also entrance subsequent year is a VR diversion Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot.