A ‘very unlikely’ Star Wars Battlefront 3.
Tom Henderson, an insider considered very reliable, wrote a post on Twitter (with relative answers) that answers some questions about it Star Wars Battlefront 3, or rather, on its eventual development.
At first, apparently, Battlefront 3 was expected, but it was later canceled. One of the reasons behind this decision is represented by license fees of the Star Wars universe: would serve the 20% more sales, but the profit would not exceed the expense.
A sting for fans that extends beyond mere production cost, as two key figures in the game’s development have left their studios. HE SAYS: the creative director and the gameplay designer.
However, continues Henderson, Star Wars fans will still be able to get their teeth into it, as Electronic Arts is still in development at its studios. two video games of Star Wars, but they are both experiences more devoted to singleplayer than multiplayer. A news that should not surprise, given the success of the much appreciated Jedi Fallen Order by Respawn Entertainment, released in 2019, which is why a direct follow-up could very well be in development.
Battlefront 3 was a pitched title from DICE, but ultimately, the title was shot down by EA due to licensing costs.
? It got turned down because it takes 20% more sales to make the same money ?, said one past developer.
– Tom Henderson (@_Tom_Henderson_) November 20, 2021
Furthermore, if we continue to look at the videogame universe linked to Star Wars, we see that the remake of Knights of the Old Republic is being developed by Aspyr, Quantic Dream would have a plan for a Star Wars video game, and there is still an unknown factor regarding an open world game whose reins have been entrusted to Ubisoft.
This news may not appease the stomachs of those hungry for a competitive multiplayer, but they still seem like a good reason to stay tuned and wait for news about the broad gaming landscape that Star Wars can embrace.
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