The Nazi-killing escapades of BJ Blazkowicz are likely going to return, as one of the voices actresses of Wolfenstein: The New Order claims there's a sequel coming.

Eurogamer reports that voice actress Alicja Bachleda-Curuś spilled the beans on the sequel to Machine Games' Wolftenstein: The New Order. An interview with Bachleda-Curuś at the Polish TV station TVN went to the topic of Wolfenstein. Bachleda-Curuś, the voice actress of Anya Oliwa in The New Order, told her interviewer that she was working on "the second one."

"I'm working on a video game, first part of which I have already made. Now we're making a second one, which will take two more years," Bachleda-Curuś said. "I played this game as a child. I was very happy when I got to the point where I could shoot Hitler."

That sounds like Wolfenstein to me, but in case anyone is doubting it, Bachleda-Curuś was born in 1983, which means she was 9 when Wolfenstein 3D first launched. Unfortunately, Bethesda and Machine Games have yet to comment on Bachleda-Curuś' tease. Last year, Machine Games creative director Jens Matthies said his team "would love to do a sequel," and given the sales numbers and overall positive reception of Wolfenstein: The New Order, I think it won't be long until we see BJ Blazkowicz shooting and stabbing his way through the Nazi forces one more time. I'm just glad to see there's still a lot of life left in the series that helped build the first-person shooter genre.

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