An Xbox game centered around Indiana Jones has been revealed, showcasing the resemblance of Harrison Ford

The game titled "Indiana Jones and the Great Circle" for Xbox and PC will feature the likeness of Harrison Ford but will be voiced by Troy Baker.

The plot of the new adventure, which will also star Tony Todd, unfolds between the events of "Raiders of the Lost Ark" (the first film) and "Indiana Jones and The Last Crusade" (the third film).

"When the game begins, Indiana is working at Marshall College," explains senior narrative designer Edward Curtis-Sivess. "He wakes up in the middle of the night to the sounds of a break-in and rushes to confront the thief in the college museum.

The mysterious giant of a man makes off with what seems to be a historically insignificant artifact, sparking Indiana’s curiosity. Following the trail, Indiana heads to the Vatican hoping to learn why this particular relic was stolen, and discovers things aren’t what they appear."

"He starts pulling at the strings of a mystery," adds cinematic producer Mitra Askhkan Far, "and it all unravels until he has no choice but to see it through to the end, whatever the end may be."

According to MachineGames, the game’s locations will range "from the hallowed halls of the Vatican and the arid deserts of Egypt to the lush and sunken temples of Sukhothai and the frigid peaks of the Himalayas."

The game will primarily be played from a first-person viewpoint, but during cutscenes and certain movements (such as climbing), the camera will switch to a third-person view, so players can see Indy himself.

The release of "Indiana Jones and the Great Circle" is scheduled for later this year and will be available on Xbox Series X/S, PC, and Game Pass.