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Made by Star Inc: Battlefront 3 has been canceled by Electronic Arts

BingMag.com Made by Star Inc: Battlefront 3 has been canceled by Electronic Arts

Two Battlefront series games developed by Dice Studios were financially successful for Electronic Arts. Even though the second version had a terrible start, the developer was finally able to change everything for the game over time and make it a good experience. However, Electronic Arts does not appear to be interested in continuing the series. Electronic Arts, as the publisher of the series, canceled the game due to licensing costs. On the other hand, one of the former unknown developers of Dice claimed that this game should have sold 20% more than before in order to be able to compensate the same amount of expenses.

BingMag.com Made by Star Inc: Battlefront 3 has been canceled by Electronic Arts

Henderson has stated that it is unlikely that a number of key developers of the Battlefront series, such as creative director and original game designer, will leave Dice Studios last year. The developer seems to be working on another game in the series. He claims that in addition to the recently released Battlefield 2042, Dice is currently working on a new game in the series that will likely be released by 2023.

According to Henderson, there are currently two Games from the world of Star Inc. are being developed in Electronic Arts studios. Both are said to be solo and narrative-centric games. Probably one of these will be the sequel to Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order from Respawn Studios, where both the developer and the publisher have explicitly stated that the game will be developed. Of course, considering the success of this game in 2019, making a sequel from it is not far from expectation.

BingMag.com Made by Star Inc: Battlefront 3 has been canceled by Electronic Arts

Also last year, it was revealed that a spin-off of the Battlefront series was under construction at Vancouver Electronic Arts and Creative Studios, which, like many other Star Wars Inc. games owned by the company, was canceled. On the other hand, in 2019, Dice Studios announced that due to the growing popularity of Battlefront 2, the developer has no plans to build a sequel. Battlefront 2 was released in November 2017 and has been widely criticized for its reliance on lottery boxes and microtransactions. However, the allegations were quickly dropped and the game's content roadmap was welcomed by fans after its release. The series is set to end due to a partnership with Ubisoft to build a new open world game. However, Electronic Arts in response emphasized that its long-term cooperation with this company will continue for years to come. Finally, given the company's turbulent history with the Star Inc. license and Tom Henderson's proven track record of leaking information, this report is not hard to believe.

Source: VGC

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