The announcement comes soon after Bethesda and Lucasfilm Games revealed an upcoming Indiana Jones game through the teeniest of teaser trailers, confirming it would be developed by MachineGames, the studio behind the modern Wolfenstein series. The developer, Massive, known for games like The Division 2 and Far Cry 3, will be taking the helm at crafting an open-world title in the Star Wars universe. The Division 2 and The Crew director Julian Gerighty will serve as the game's creative director, and it will use the Snowdrop Engine. It's possible that Lucasfilm Games are working with Ubisoft now so they can hit the ground running once the deal ends in 2023. I'm a huge fan of them, personally.
Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot did give a small tease to Wired, saying the game will be "an original Star Wars adventure that is different from anything that has been done before". Our talented teams have created some of the most successful games in the history of the Star Wars franchise, including Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, Star Wars: Battlefront, Star Wars: Galaxy of Heroes, and Star Wars: Squadrons. It's not likely that this new game will follow in those same footsteps, but hopefully it will immerse players in the world of Star Wars in a satisfying way.
"We know that fans of Star Wars value the feeling of immersion - of being transported into the Star Wars galaxy and moving through richly-detailed environments".
"The Star Wars galaxy is an fantastic source of motivation for our teams to innovate and push the boundaries of our medium".
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Like the previous EA games, this new title is expected to "be part of the same Star Wars canon and continuity shared across all the movies and TV shows produced since the Disney acquisition".
It's clear that Lucasfilm is getting serious about games now.But Electronic Arts isn't done making Star Wars video games just yet.
What About EA's Exclusivity Deal Regarding Star Wars? "We get no shortage of folks knocking on our door, wanting to play with our toys", said Douglas Reilly, VP of Lucasfilm Games.