Ubisoft Confirms New Open World Star Wars Game

Ubisoft Confirms New Open World Star Wars Game

Written by 

Mel Ramsay


13th Jan 2021 17:05

Lucasfilm Games and Ubisoft have confirmed that they are working on an open world Star Wars game. 

This comes after yesterday's news regarding the resurrection of Lucasfilm Games, although we weren't expecting a brand-new Star Wars game announcement so soon, especially of the open world variety.

As reported yesterday, moving forward all Lucasfilm Games will feature their logo. The first of these is expected to be Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga, which is due out in the next few months. The confirmation that games will continue to be “developed in collaboration with the finest studios across the industry” now rings true with the announcement that Ubisoft is on board. 

We also know that Lucasfilm Games is working with Bethesda on a new Indiana Jones game. In a blog post, Star Wars wrote: "Indiana Jones. We always knew, someday, you’d come walking back through our door,

"In major news for fans of the cinematic icon, Lucasfilm Games announced today that a new Indiana Jones game will be swinging our way, being developed by the award-winning studio, MachineGames, and executive produced by game industry icon Todd Howard of Bethesda Games Studios. The game will tell a wholly original, standalone tale set at the height of the career of the famed adventurer."

They added that the 'cryptic teaser that may hold some clues'. We can't wait to see what comes of this. 


Images via LucasArts | EA Games

Mel is GGRecon's former Editor-in-Chief. She was previously a senior journalist at LADbible.

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