New Wolfenstein coming this summer

Written by Joe Martin

February 12, 2009 | 12:53

Tags: #carmack #raven #romero #wolfenstein

Companies: #activision #id-software

Activision Blizzard has confirmed that it will be publishing a new Wolfenstein game and that it'll be hitting shelves for sure this year - possibly as early as this summer.

The confirmation came as part of a conference call given by Activision's Mike Griffith, in which delays for a new James Bond: Racing game created by PGR developer Bizarre Creations were also announced.

The new Wolfenstein game was the big announcement though, with Activision claiming that it expects the game to be available as early as this summer.

"This summer we expect to release an all new Wolfenstein built on id Software's well-established videogame franchise." The game is in development for PC, PS3 and Xbox 360," said Mike.

The new Wolfenstein isn't being built by series creator id Software though, but by the closely-partnered Raven Software. Raven's also working on a new sci-fi title called singularity that's all about time-travel. Like Wolfenstein, Singularity will be built on id Software's new engine and will launch on PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 all at the same time.

There's still very little detail on what players might expect to see in either Singularity or Wolfenstein though, except for the fact that neither game will feature Hitler. Disappointed? Let us know in the forums.
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