New Star Wars Open World Game Details Are Slim, But EA No Longer Has Exclusive Licensing.
A Star Wars game will eventually be developed by the revived Lucasfilm Games brand, but now it’s obvious exactly who’s going to be involved, and this time it’s not EA. Lucasfilm Games told Wired that the team behind The Division 2 is creating an open-world Star Wars game using the Snowdrop engine from the studio, Ubisoft’s Massive Entertainment.
Ubisoft’s co-founder and CEO, Yves Guillemot, called this New Star Wars Open World Game “the beginning of a long-term collaboration with Disney and Lucasfilm Games.”
“We are always looking to collaborate with fellow creators to bring players memorable experiences and immerse them in incredible worlds, as shown by the amazing collaborations we have with Lightstorm, Lucasfilm, and Disney,” he said. “Together, we are focused on projects that push the boundaries of open-worlds and player immersion to the limit, and that direction suits the rich universes of Avatar and Star Wars extremely well.” – Massive managing director David Polfeldt
Featured Image By Cade Roberts