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    Star Wars (Ubisoft)

    Ubisoft, prin Massive Entertainment, dezvolta un nou joc open-world Star Wars:
    Quote Originally Posted by WIRED
    TODAY, LUCASFILM GAMES announced that it’s entering a partnership with Ubisoft to create an open-world Star Wars game. The title will be developed by Ubisoft’s Massive Entertainment, marking the first time that a company outside of EA has produced a Star Wars game since Disney acquired Lucasfilm in 2012, ending nearly eight years of exclusivity.

    Let’s start with Star Wars. Development on this new title is still very early—Massive is still recruiting for the project even—so details are sparse. Julian Gerighty, director of The Division 2 and The Crew, will serve as the game’s creative director, and the title will use Massive’s Snowdrop engine. Beyond that, Lucasfilm Games hasn’t revealed anything about the characters or settings within the Star Wars universe that the game will feature.

    This announcement follows yesterday’s news that Lucasfilm is partnering with Bethesda to create an Indiana Jones title, the first non-Star Wars AAA game out of Lucasfilm in years. The move marks a seismic shift for Lucasfilm’s approach to gaming, widening the tent for developers that want to create games using Lucasfilm franchises, particularly in the Star Wars universe.

    While EA had previously suggested that the company would have exclusivity on Star Wars games for 10 years, it seems like either that was misstated or the clock has run out early. (Lucasfilm would not confirm for WIRED either way.) Regardless, EA will keep making games in the future, but Lucasfilm Games is free to seek other partners.

    “EA has been and will continue to be a very strategic and important partner for us now and going forward,” Sean Shoptaw, senior vice president of Global Games and Interactive Experiences at Disney, told WIRED. “But we did feel like there's room for others.”

    “The Star Wars galaxy is an amazing source of motivation for our teams to innovate and push the boundaries of our medium. Building new worlds, characters and stories that will become lasting parts of the Star Wars lore is an incredible opportunity for us, and we are excited to have our Ubisoft Massive studio working closely with Lucasfilm Games to create an original Star Wars adventure that is different from anything that has been done before.”
    Lucasfilm Games' New Partnerships Mean the Galaxy's the Limit | WIRED
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    Why so serious ? razvanrazy's Avatar
    Wow...that's BIG

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    Nu am mari sperante...

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    Member KurtKnispel's Avatar
    Suna bine de tot. Chiar era timpul unei schimbari in universul jocurilor Star Wars. BFR1/2 si Fallen Order au fost dezamagitoare dpmdv.

    Cat timp e vorba de lumi open, aprob pozitiv. Genul de jocuri croite fix pentru sufletul meu. Acum tot ce mi-as dori, ar fi ca sa apara in decurs de cativa ani, nu peste 7-8.

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    Pai o sa fie cam ce vedeti in oricare Assassin's Creed, Watch Dogs sau Far Cry: obiective secundare fara sens, turnuri pe care sa te cateri, chestii de colectat, o drona care sa vada chestii de colectat la infinit, armuri si sabii ca microtranzactii, DLC-uri si expansionuri fara numar.

    Adica tot ca un joc facut de EA, dar cu turnuri.

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