Dominic Robilliard, the creative director on LucasArts’ unreleased Star Wars 1313, has fired up his jetpack and returned to Sony’s first-party fray. The developer – whose previous credits include London Studio’s underrated The Getaway games – has been working with the platform holder for over seven months now, though it’s unclear which group he’s teamed up with.

The luminary’s Linked In profile merely mentions that he’s employed by Sony Computer Entertainment America, which could refer to any number of its internal outfits. As pointed out by IGN, the likes of Bend, Naughty Dog, San Diego, and Santa Monica all fall under SCEA’s bracket in the United States.

As a result, it’s a mystery what the abovementioned employee’s actually working on. However, with the platform holder’s entire suite of studios purportedly planning PlayStation 4 projects, it’s probably safe to assume that Robilliard’s doing something with the next-gen machine. Fingers-crossed it looks just as good as Boba Fett's cancelled intergalactic excursion, huh?

[via linkedin.com, uk.ign.com]