Not at all happy with releasing a new Star Wars movie or TV show every ten minutes, Disney is reportedly looking to pump out a new Star Wars video game every six months. This is according to Insider Gaming, with sources saying that the entertainment juggernaut wants one AAA title and one smaller project hitting store shelves every year, in rotation.
The article goes on to list all of the Star Wars games currently in development, and it's safe to say that Disney's plans are already very much in motion. Eight titles have been confirmed, including Amy Hennig's AAA adaptation, Quantic Dream's Star Wars Eclipse, the Knights of the Old Republic remake (which was recently passed off to a new studio), Star Wars Jedi: Survivor — the Fallen Order sequel.
But the report says that these announced games aren't the only Star Wars projects in the works. "Several more" are apparently in pre-development. The content machine is well and truly trucking along.
It doesn't sound like everything's running smoothly, though. The aforementioned Star Wars Eclipse is supposedly in a "development nightmare", and may not be ready for launch until 2026.
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