Future Star Wars games will now be under the newly formed Lucasfilm Games banner.
While it's not much to go on, it looks like the future of Star Wars games (and other Lucasfilm titles) is getting brighter. No matter how you shake it, any game published under the Star Wars brand will be rubberstamped by Lucasfilm Games, and they'll double as a one-stop shop for all news concerning games within the Star Wars universe (you can find their Facebook and Twitter profiles via the hyperlinks). From iconic titles across a multitude of platforms, to cancelled titles like Star Wars: 1313, to the EA era, the Star Wars gaming franchise has been to Hell and back.
From incredible single player experiences such as Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order to the inclusion of The Mandalorian in Fortnite, everything is categorized as Lucasfilm Games as of now. Let's cross our fingers we'll hear more about those future plans sooner rather than later.
This is because there are no now announced Star Wars games in development.
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"What this means for their deal with EA remains uncertain (the license now expires in 2023), but in the press release it's mentioned that Lucasfilm Games was, ". developed in collaboration with the finest studios across the industry".
But while these games seem very different, they will now all fall under the same brand: Lucasfilm Games.
A new sizzle reel was also released featuring all of the games that have Star Wars content. While the new Lucasfilm Games is a brand header and licensor as opposed to its own production company or developer of its own, it still shows a renewed commitment to the Star Wars brand within the interactive space.