Electronic Arts and Lucasfilm Games today announced that the Developer Respawn Entertainment is now working on three new video games associated with Star Wars IP. Of these three new titles, a sequel to Star Wars Jedi: Fall order Now it has been confirmed that it is in process formally after years of rumors about the game. To go along with this order fall, Respawn will also create a new title in a genre with which you are quite familiar, while you will also work with an external company to make a game of Star Wars quite different.
Detailed in EA website today, it was confirmed that the sequel to Star Wars Jedi: order fall is in process at this very moment. As in the original game, STING ASMUSSEN works as a project manager once again, which means that much of the team that worked in the first entry probably returns here. In addition to this, it is said that Director Peter Hirschman is also running a first-person shooting game of Star Wars. The details about this project are very scarce at this time, but the FPS genre is one in which Respawn has enough experience thanks to games like Aida del Titan and trees of apex. As such, it makes sense that the study is resorted to work on a game of this style.
Finally, the third Star Wars game in process will belong to the strategy genre. The title is directed by Greg Fourth and will be developed in collaboration with the Bit Reactor study. ResPawn Entertainment will act as editor of the title, while Bit Reactor will be the main study of the project. Once again, the details about this game are scarce, but it seems that the title could be similar to a version of Star Wars of Com.
We are excited to continue working with the great talent developers in Respawn, said Lucasfilm Games Vice President, Douglas Reilly, in an attached statement. They have demonstrated excellence by telling the epic war of the galaxies stories along with the best game of their class in different genres, and we are anxious to bring more incredible experiences to the Galaxy very, far away.
We are great Star Wars fanatics here at Respawn, and we are delighted to work with Lucasfilm Games in new titles that we wanted to do for years, said Respawn Study Director Vince Capella. If you want to make great Star Wars games, you should join us on our trip.
How do you feel about Respawn has been chosen to work on all these new Star Wars games? And which of the three titles excites you more than happening? Let me know in the comments or send me a message on Twitter a @ mooreman12.
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