Multiple job listings published by the studio state its upcoming FPS will be "inspired by classic titles like Dark Forces and Jedi Knight: Dark Forces 2."
Respawn Entertainment confirmed in January 2022 that it had three new Star Wars games in the pipeline, one of which is a first person shooter.
Candidates will "Work closely with game economy designers to come up with justified pricing for items, events, and services."
"2023 is going to be huge for us," says Massive Entertainment's Julian Gerighty, who's creative director of the open world title.
Massive Entertainment's Star Wars project was said to be "at an early stage of development" in early 2021.
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.
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."
Fans seem to think they have found evidence of Kingdom Hearts 4 featuring a world based on Star Wars, which is also owned by Disney.
Insider Tom Henderson says that it's "probably the furthest title from release" and could arrive in 2025 "at the earliest."
Journalist Jeff Gurbb claims that Respawn Entertainment's Star Wars sequel will be announced at the upcoming Star Wars Celebration event.
Some experiments could work out very well for certain franchises.
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.
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.
Halo Infinite's senior multiplayer designer Patrick Wren confirms he's joined Respawn Entertainment as the senior encounter designer on the next Star Wars game.
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.
Publisher Electronic is instead looking forward to "celebrating with you next year when we share our vision for the Galaxy far, far away!"