Star Wars Eclipse is an action-adventure game developed by Quantic Dream and published by Quantic Dream and Lucasfilm Games.
It is set in the High Republic era.
A new report sheds light on details on Star Wars Eclipse's story and main characters, while claiming that the game hasn't even entered production yet.
A new report claims that Disney intends to launch one major AAA title and one smaller game in the Star Wars franchise every year.
There's a number of games confirmed to be in development right now that'll take us to a galaxy far, far away. Here's what we know about them.
Despite reports of issues, insider AccountNgt says the title will be the "next big game" that Quantic Dream will release.
A new report claims Quantic Dream has been looking for potential buyers since 2018, and that an agreement with NetEase is close to being completed.
Since Star Wars Eclipse's reveal a few months ago, reports have incessantly claimed that its development has run into many issues- what exactly is happening behind-the-scenes?
Additionally, the studio saw a 50% rise in workforce during 2021, which seems to contradict recent reports of recruitment issues.
Recent reports have heavily suggested that issues with production and recruitment at Quantic Dream have led to the game being internally delayed.
Announcing the title early hasn't resulted in development talent being attracted to Quantic Dream, as per insider Tom Henderson.
The game apparently also takes inspiration from The Last of Us Part 2 in its storytelling, and from Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order in its combat.
Troubles with staffing following allegations against Quantic Dream, limitations of the studio's engine and more have caused trouble.
An industry insider states that Star Wars Eclipse is quite a ways off, and that Quantic Dream is currently struggling with staffing up for the game's development.
Venture to the Outer Rim in the High Republic Era in this new action adventure title with multiple characters and a branching narrative.
Journalist Jeff Grubb says the action-adventure title is "ready to be announced soon", and a reveal is expected before the end of the year.
Disney and Lucasfilm are running a campaign over the coming weeks that will see various announcements, one of which might be for a new game.
A new report claims that Quantic Dream's rumoured Star Wars game will differ from the studio's past games in significant ways.
Noted insider Tom Henderson seems to be strongly suggesting that Quantic Dream, the studio behind Heavy Rain, is working on a Star Wars title.