Julian Gerighty will return to The Division brand as executive producer, with Ubisoft Massive leading development on the sequel.
The developers of Star Wars Outlaws want players to experience the journey of protagonist Kay Vess, and are saying that the game won't be too big to prevent players from doing so.
However, reports indicate that development isn't progressing well, and the open-world title could slip into fiscal year 2025.
Candidates will "Work closely with game economy designers to come up with justified pricing for items, events, and services."
Massive Entertainment's Star Wars project was said to be "at an early stage of development" in early 2021.
The closed alpha for the free-to-play third-person looter shooter goes live later this month for iOS and Android. Sign-ups are currently live.
Play as SHD agents and battle enemy factions in open-world New York. Closed alpha sign-ups for the mobile title are currently live.
Ubisoft Massive confirmed some news this month for the title, but insider Tom Henderson indicates an announcement is coming today.
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.
Insider Tom Henderson says that it's "probably the furthest title from release" and could arrive in 2025 "at the earliest."
David Polfeldt – former manager of The Division developer Massive Entertainment – confirms his sabbatical has turned into a permanent departure.
The developers at Ubisoft Massive take a look at the latest iteration of the Snowdrop engine and how it leverages the PS5 and Xbox Series X/S.
"The more technically excellent it is, the more capable it is of taking you from where you are and into the world of Pandora," says creative director Magnus Jansén.
From data streaming to world design to artificial intelligence, Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora is doing things it would not have been able to do on older hardware.
Ubisoft Massive head David Polfeldt is leaving the developer and will return to Ubisoft after taking a six-month sabbatical.
Ubisoft Massive is "still hard at work" on upcoming content for The Division 2. The Division Heartland will also have additional tests later.
Ubisoft touts a "solid and well-diversified line-up" with premium and F2P titles.
A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away- but when exactly?
Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot says players will "will have to wait a bit" to learn more about the game.
The open world Star Wars title will be built on the Snowdrop Engine.