Fruit and a rude word are used by Bethesda's Pete Hines to describe the next title from MachineGames, who developed the new Wolfenstein.
What exactly it is they're working on remains secret but it's strongly believed to be a sequel to their critically-acclaimed and fan-loved Wolfenstein: The New Order. The sequel is said to be titled 'New Colossus'.
"MachineGames has been hard at work on something, which I can tell you I have played," says marketing executive Hines. "It is fucking bananas. And I can't wait to show what it actually is."
That name - 'New Colossus' - is the name of a poem by American poet Emma Lazarus and it's actually read by Wolfenstein's main character BJ Blazkowicz in The New Order. It would make a fitting sequel title - plus it's also on the State of Liberty. Bethesda is very likely to hold another E3 presentation this year in June.
Wolfenstein: The New Order released in May 2014 with standalone prequel expansion Wolfenstein: The Old Blood in May 2015.