The world of Star Wars jumps back to video games

A new video game set in the world of Star Wars and developed by the swedes of Massive Entertainment, will be the first fruit of the collaboration of Ubisoft and Lucas Movie, who signed a long-term agreement.

The new game will use cutting-edge technologies from Massive – creators of “The Division”-, including the Snowdrop engine, “to deliver an innovative Star Wars adventure,” he noted. Ubisoft in a statement, he reviewed EFE.

At the moment the French company has not given details of the game -so only that it is open world-, nor the launch date.

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He Star Wars universe “He is an incredible source of inspiration for our teams,” said Ubisoft co-founder and CEO Yves Guillemot, adding that this is “the beginning of a long-term collaboration with Disney Lucasfilm Games.”

“Ubisoft has a unique talent for building immersive worlds, so we are delighted to work with them on this project,” he said. Douglas Reilly, vice president of Lucasfilm Games.

Reilly believes Massive have “the creativity, the experience, and the understanding of the community to bring amazing authenticity, depth and innovation to this new Star Wars game.”

The game’s creative director, Julian Gerighty of Massive, said they want to create a story “that will appeal to longtime fans and newcomers alike, on an exceptional and immersive journey that will stay with them for years to come.”

Source: EFE

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