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Publisher and developer Bethesda Softworks started off their E3 conference with a DOS menu screen listing some of the company’s games. It looks like one of them wasn’t mentioned on stage.
The name, New_Colossus, is now theorised to be an upcoming Wolfenstein game. While all of the other titles had release dates listed, this one only showed xx-xx-xx.
It’s a curious thing, but one we’ll probably hear more about in the months to come.
The series first debuted in 1981 on Apple II, DOS, Atari 400/800, and the Commodore 64 with Castle Wolfenstein. It really hit its stride with the 3D first-person shooter, Wolfenstein 3D in 1992 on MS-DOS.
Wolfenstein: The New Order was the last Wolfenstein game released in 2014, along with its stand-alone expansion pack, The Old Blood, in 2015.