Yess!! New Star Wars Games Is In Development: Release Windows, Trailers, & Other Details

There is currently a revival in the Star Wars series. Even while new films won’t be seen on screens for years, the television and video gaming industries are booming. Critically acclaimed shows that expand the Star Wars universe have been created by Lucasfilm and Disney, while other developers are currently developing computer games with comparable experiences.

The well-liked Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, the surprise Star Wars Squadrons, and the contentious Star Wars Battlefront II were all produced when EA had the sole rights to create Star Wars video games. You didn’t need a connection to the Force to foresee the influx of new Star Wars games—many of which are now in development—after EA lost that exclusivity.

We are aware of eight different Star Wars projects that are currently under development:

Star Wars: Hunters – 2022

 

Star Wars: Hunters hopes to be the next well-known name in the hero shooter genre, which has never truly faded off. Players work together in groups of four to convoy payloads, take control of strategic map locations, or simply to shoot some hoops, sorry, huttballs, in this arena-based competitive shooter. A wide range of colourful characters, such as an experienced Stormtrooper, a droid that believes he is a Jedi, and a Jawa perched on the shoulders of another Jawa, will be available to participants. For the Nintendo Switch and mobile platforms, Star Wars Hunters will go on sale sometime in 2022.

Star Wars Jedi: Survivor – 2023

A sequel is typically released soon after a video game achieves success, and Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order was more than just a success. When EA revealed that Cal Kestis and his friends would be making a comeback, it wasn’t all that shocking. With Cal on the run from the Empire and its Inquisitors while still attempting to reestablish the Jedi Order, the game, titled Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, will begin up where the previous instalment left off. According to the trailer, the young Jedi will encounter a variety of new antagonists, such as a cunning Imperial senator, an enigmatic new dark sider, and possibly even whoever is in the bacta tank. Sometime in 2023, Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is expected to be released.

Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic Remake

Knights of the Old Republic by BioWare not only set the bar for future Star Wars video games, but it also served as the benchmark for western RPGs. Despite the game’s improvements in narration and characters, the game is unquestionably out of date in 2022 and requires an upgrade. The Knights of the Old Republic Remake is currently under development by Aspyr, the studio responsible for many good versions of other classic Star Wars games. The remake is expected to improve the game’s graphics and combat system without altering the plot or its cast of characters. Eventually, the remake will be released on PC and PlayStation 5, and hopefully Aspyr will then release a remake of Knights of the Old Republic II.

Star Wars Eclipse

While the majority of Star Wars stories are set during or close to the Galactic Empire, the High Republic, which takes place 200 years before the Skywalker Saga, is also a popular historical period. The new Star Wars Eclipse video game by Quantic Dream is set in that time period, when the galaxy has not yet been completely mapped out and the Outer Rim is still very much in the Wild West. The game’s website promises an ensemble cast, previously unseen aliens and planets, and a branching narrative where player decisions matter, however we don’t know much more about the game or its plot beyond that. Rumor has it that the game will have both combat and an open world, which is a first for the studio, which is best known for interactive dramas with heavy direction like Heavy Rain and Detroit: Become Human. Star Wars Eclipse hasn’t yet been given a release date and is expected to take several years to complete.

Skydance’s Star Wars Game

Despite having the sole right to create Star Wars video games, EA cancelled more games than it released. One of the more notorious instances was Project Ragtag, a Visceral Games project that might have been an Uncharted-like adventure set in the Star Wars world. Amy Hennig, the game’s creative director, would subsequently pull a Hideo Kojima and leave EA to found Skydance’s New Media division. In 2022, Skydance revealed a new Star Wars project that Hennig would direct. Even though we don’t know much about the forthcoming game—especially because Skydance hasn’t revealed a title or a release date—don’t be shocked if Project Ragtag gets a second chance.

Untitled Respawn/Bit Reactor Star Wars Strategy Game

Respawn Entertainment intends to create a third Star Wars game, this time a strategy game, because it isn’t content with merely creating two Star Wars games concurrently. This project hasn’t been given a name yet, just like Respawn’s FPS Star Wars game, but since this genre is a little outside of its comfort zone, the studio is collaborating with another developer. The news release states that Respawn will produce this strategic game, with cooperation from the recently established firm Bit Reactor. The likelihood that Bit Reactor will be able to capitalise on its experience in the genre is high given that the company’s crew has a history of creating strategy games like XCOM and Civilization.

Untitled Respawn Star Wars FPS

While working on Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, Respawn Entertainment is also developing other Star Wars games, including an unnamed first-person shooter. The popular battle royale game Apex Legends and the Titanfall series were both created by Respawn, who also worked on the FPS shooter Jedi: Fallen Order. Since it has only recently begun development, we don’t know much about this unnamed Star Wars game, but we do know that Peter Hirschmann will be its director. Prior to Battlefront 2, he contributed to the creation of several prior Star Wars games, notably The Force Unleashed (the original one). Naturally, there is no release date for this first-person shooter.

Untitled Ubisoft Star Wars

Why shouldn’t Ubisoft, which is known for open world gaming series like Assassin’s Creed and Far Cry, contribute to the creation of an open world Star Wars game? Ubisoft revealed that specific project in 2021. The unnamed game will be created by Ubisoft’s Massive Entertainment, the same team behind Tom Clancy’s The Division and The Division 2. It is billed as a narrative-driven experience. Although we are unsure of the game’s gameplay, we do know that Massive Entertainment’s Snowdrop Engine will be used. This game has not yet been given a release date.

 

 

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