Ubisoft talks about its next Star Wars game and we’ll have to be patient

It was during a meeting with its investors that Ubisoft discussed one of its flagship projects for the year: the development of a video game using the Star Wars franchise.

Announced in January, the title will offer an open world with a release scheduled for 2023 in the best case, the project being entrusted to Massive Entertainment (The Division).

Yves Guillemot thus indicated “We are at an early stage of development for our Star Wars game. The project will be managed by our Massive Entertainment studio, which will make use of our most advanced technologies such as the Snowdrop engine, to deliver a revolutionary Star Wars adventure.The title will therefore be an Xbox Series, PS5 and PC exclusive and should exploit the new generation of game consoles and graphics hardware available.

This raises the question of the future of The Division if the studio responsible for the franchise is given a new project … Yves Guillemot reassures: “You should know that Massive Entertainment is a large studio that collaborates with many other in-house studios around the world. So you’re going to continue to see more of The Division this year and next.

It remains to be seen how Massive Entertainment will exploit the Star Wars license.


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