For eight years, the Star Wars license was managed exclusively by EA, who made it available to us Star Wars Battlefront 2, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order or Star Wars: Seasons. If it was a ten-year exclusive game, Lucasfilm Games’ new company surprised everyone by unveiling a collaboration with Ubisoft on an open-world Star Wars game. Douglas Reilly, vice president of the company, takes the opportunity to show that the announcements are not over.
When new partnerships are forged, it does not mean that work with EA is complete. On the contrary, Lucasfilm Games states in its press release that their association has never been stronger.
We’re very proud of the games we’ve developed with EA. While we can’t give you many details right now, we have a number of projects with the talented teams at EA.
These announcements come immediately after the return of the Lucasfilm Games name and show a radical change in strategy regarding games in its space saga. Douglas Reilly also explains that the decision to entrust Machine Games and Todd Howard with the future Indiana Jones title was a very easy one thanks to the latter’s passion for the license, which introduced a unique playing field and concept to the heads of Lucasfilm Games. It’s the culmination of years of preparation, according to Reilly, who tells us there will be lots of games and other amazing surprises.
Later in the year we will announce projects that respect the legacy of older Lucasfilm games that we would like to honor.
After years of silence, Lucasfilm Games decides to return to the top and hits its return with many announcements that will follow to the delight of fans.
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