Amy Henning, director of the Uncharted trilogy, is returning to the world of Star Wars to Star in an action-packed cinematic adventure game with a new story in the legendary galaxy. To work.
Henning worked on Project Ragtag for three years; A work in the world of Star Wars that did not reach the release stage after the closure of Visceral Games studio by Electronic Arts in late 2017. This project is the second big game that is being made in Skydance new Media, the director's new studio, in collaboration with Lucasfilm Games. The studio has previously announced that it is working on an action-adventure game based on the Marvel comic book. "I have often explained how seeing Star Wars in 1977 essentially re-wired my 12-year-old brain and changed my creativity and future in an unforgettable way," Hannig said in a press release. I'm happy to work with Locasfilm Games again to tell interactive stories in this galaxy I love.
"We could not be happier working with Amy again," said Douglas Riley, vice president of Lucasfilm Games. He and the Skydance new Media team have the talent and ambition to create a unique Star Wars adventure game. Their vision to create engaging and cinematic interactive entertainment makes this collaboration very exciting. We work well with our team of experienced and talented developers, and look forward to sharing more news with Star Wars fans at the right time. Has been discussed in this science fiction series. In addition to the untitled work being developed by Hannig, three games are being developed at Respawn Studios under Electronic Arts. These games include the Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order sequel, a first-person shooter, and a new strategy game. Will develop. Finally, Star Wars Hunters for Switch and Mobile and Star Wars Eclipse from Quantum Dreams Studios are under construction and will join the aforementioned games. Given these games, it seems that the fans of this fascinating series are going to have a lot of fun in the future.