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Bethesda has shown great support for the Switch since it was released, bringing key series like Elder Scrolls and Doom to the hybrid platform. During an interview with IGN last month, Bethesda’s senior vice president of global marketing and communications Pete Hines said the demand for the publisher’s IP on the Nintendo platform was huge.

In an interview with Metro recently, where he also spoke about the company’s relations with Nintendo, Hines responded to a question about future entries in the Wolfenstein series – specifically, if there would be a mainline third entry released after the recently announced standalone game Wolfenstein: Youngblood. He didn’t exactly shy away from the question, assuring fans the game would definitely be happening: