Bethesda’s Indiana Jones game confirmed to be Xbox and PC exclusive

Speaking during today’s FTC hearing, Bethesda’s Pete Hines has confirmed the company’s upcoming Indiana Jones game will be exclusive to Xbox and PC, with the court being told a multi-console contract was amended following the company’s acquisition by Microsoft.

Bethesda announced its Indiana Jones game back in January 2021, confirming it was being developed by Wolfenstein studio MachineGames. However, it failed to make mention of the platforms it would target, a notable omission at the time given Microsoft’s then-impending $7.5bn USD acquisition of Bethesda and Zenimax.

Little has been heard of the game since that initial reveal, but it’s now burst back into the spotlight in something of an unexpected way – during a witness testimony from Bethesda’s head of global publishing Pete Hines, as part of US antitrust agency the FTC’s court proceedings to secure an injunction to block Microsoft’s $69bn Activision Blizzard deal.

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