The new game in the saga will take place between The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi for a reason. The developers of Star Wars Outlaws give new details of what awaits us in this promising title.
Undoubtedly, the announcement of Star Wars Outlaws It has been one of the most interesting revelations this summer in terms of new video games that will arrive in the future. The title of Ubisoft for PS5, Xbox Series X | S and PC has generated a lot of expectations.
Although there is still much to learn about this Star Wars Outlaws, we already have some more than clear aspects. At the moment, we are already clear that the game It is set between The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi.
Why has this temporary location been chosen? Well, it all has to do with that criminal theme that the game has. The creators of this title have been talking about their aspirations at a recent conference (via IGN).
Crime in Star Wars Outlaws
At a panel at San Diego Comic-Con, Matt Martin, Star Wars game development executive and a member of the Lucasfilm Story Group, noted that this space between both episodes is the ideal setting for a game like this.
Since the galactic war is still going on between the two movies, many opportunities arise for number of outlaws. It is all a question of opportunities for criminals and delinquents.
“The Empire, which basically represents the law, is so focused on the Rebellion that it’s really a perfect opportunity for the underworld and crime syndicates to get their piece because the law is distracted.”
It basically creates a galaxy-wide environment where outlaws can thrive, said Steve Blank, director of content and strategy for the series at Lucasfilm. Furthermore, it seems that Outlaws will feature unions, “both those already known and newly created for the game.”
Therefore, those who enjoyed the plot of Darth Maul in the final season of The Clone Wars or the movie Solo It is to be hoped that they will enjoy a lot with this new bet in the form of a video game. What do you think?
It is certainly anticipated that this game will pay off. Also, Star Wars Outlaws could be out a lot sooner than we think. Remember that the game is scheduled for PS5, Xbox Series X | S and PC. Regarding news…
It’s already been said that the planets in Star Wars Outlaws are as big as “2 or 3 zones in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey,” says its creative director, and the game won’t feature loading screens as we travel from one planet to space and back again.