Quantic Dream’s reputed Star Wars title has been formally declared at the 2021 Game Awards: Star Wars: Eclipse, which will be set in the “High Republic” period of the Star Wars universe, many years before the Skywalker Saga during the brilliant age of the Jedi Order and the Republic.
The High Republic started as an eager mixed media project last year, however as of recently has generally been centered around an interconnected series of books and funnies investigating the Jedi Order and its battle with the Nihil, another group of pirates who utilize special hyperspace innovation to attack across the universe.
Star Wars: The High Republic is another series of books and funnies about the brilliant age of the Jedi
Quantic Dream is most popular for its intelligent story titles, including Heavy Rain, Beyond: Two Souls, and the to some degree questionable Detroit: Become Human. It seems as though Star Wars: Eclipse will be an alternate issue from the studio’s typical titles, however, with the organization promising an “activity experience” title, albeit no interactivity was shown.
While subtleties are thin on the forthcoming title, the new game guarantees that players will “play as an assorted cast of charming characters, each with their own story, capacities, and job to carry out in the embroidered artwork of occasions that could modify the painstakingly adjusted tranquility of the Outer Rim.”
Star Wars: Eclipse is being grown along with Lucasfilm Games, and is said to in any case be in “early turn of events,” so there’s no delivery window yet. No stages were declared for the impending title yet, all things considered.
It’s by all account not the only significant Star Wars title in progress, all things considered: Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic Remake was declared recently for Playstation 5 and PC, and Ubisoft’s Massive Entertainment is dealing with an open-world game set in the Star Wars universe. There’s additionally a spin-off of 2019’s Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order reputed to be advancement, as well.