There might be a new Wolfenstein game coming from Machinegames, according to a composers resume. A cached version of composer Julian Beeston lists his work as “ADR Engineer, Production Sound” on a Wolfenstein project in development at Machinegames. Beeston had previously worked on both Dragon’s Dogma and Kinect Star Wars. ZeniMax Media, the parent company of Wolfenstein 3D developer id Software, acquired the company in 2010. The studio is apparently creating something based on id Software’s revolutionary id Tech 5 engine technology.
Famed video game developer John Carmack has expressed his personal interest in bringing Doom 3 BFG edition to multiple platforms. Carmack admits that it is something he would love to be able to do, but says that the development team just hasn’t got the time.
“I wish that we could deploy this (Doom 3 BFG Edition) on a bunch of other code bases. I love platforms…I love looking for the fun things to do on different ones. I’ve been bringing up quietly at a bunch of the meetings, “You know, we could make a Vita version, a Wii U version, an iPhone/Android version.” All of these would be reasonable platforms to take this technology. …We do have a very busy development schedule and nothing else is really planned for that.”