During holidays i managed to play and finish both Wolfenstein 2 and The Evil Within 2. I was a big fan of the first games, having finished both multiple times in all difficulty levels so i was pretty hyped for the sequels. And both delivered (especially TEW2) but i won't talk here about my impressions from the games. Wolfenstein 2 ending doesn't really leave the door open for a sequel although at an E3 interview they said that they always envisioned it as a trilogy. I guess they can find a way to continue it if they really want it and there is still DLC coming for the game. TEW2 ends in a good note too but there are still some answered questions, missing important characters from the first game without knowing their fates and there is an after credits scene too that implies that not everything is over. Unlike Wolfenstein 2, the game doesn't have a season pass or any DLC coming in the near future. Unfortunately both games didn't impress in sales, especially TEW2. It's a shame because both are great games but that's the truth. I was wondering how likely it is to see a sequel from both games. Do you think Bethesda is willing to end these two franchise as a trilogy, based on the positive reception and fan's wishes, leaving aside the mediocre sales (as of now at least)? Or it's naive to think like that and Bethesda will make a sequel only when the sales can warrant one?