A new report claims that the Star Wars game in development at Amy Hennig's studio will have plenty in common with Hennig's cancelled Star Wars game at Visceral.
The "richly cinematic" action-adventure title will be an original story set in the universe. More details coming when "the time is right."
Despite reports of issues, insider AccountNgt says the title will be the "next big game" that Quantic Dream will release.
Gilbert, director of Return to Monkey Island, recently took the Twitter and provided assurances that the sequel is going to be "very careful" with the series' canon.
The classic point-and-click adventure series is returning, with the original creators and voice actors reprising their roles for a new entry, due out this year.
Announcing the title early hasn't resulted in development talent being attracted to Quantic Dream, as per insider Tom Henderson.
Star Wars: The Force Unleashed on the Switch is a port of the game's Wii version, and will be releasing on April 20th for $19.99.
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.
A new report quashes hopes of a Star Wars Battlefront 3, and states that EA will be focusing on its own IP once Respawn's three Star Wars games are out.
Peter Hirschmann, who worked on the original Star Wars Battlefront, is working on a new FPS. New studio Bit Reactor is developing a strategy title.
While the 2003 original had a turn-based combat system, rumour has it that the upcoming remake will change things up.
Jennifer Hale will also be returning as Bastila Shan, and was also featured in the remake's announcement trailer at the PlayStation Showcase.
Developer Aspyr says it has assembled a team of "industry veterans who have worked on great RPGs, as well as some members of the original Knights of the Old Republic development team."
A ground-up remake of beloved RPG Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic has been announced for the PS5 by Aspyr Media.
They release next month.
Howard is an executive producer on the recently announced MachineGames title.
"We will continue working with them and our relationship has never been stronger," says Douglas Reilly, VP of Lucasfilm Games.
EA no longer holds exclusive rights for the property, but will continue to be an "important partner."
Todd Howard will serve as the executive producer.
An unexpected return of branding may point to a more open philosophy on licensing.