Since 2017, the only Star Wars game on EA’s slate has been Battlefront II, but another single-player platformer had been announced in the form of
In May 2013, Disney licensed the rights to make Star Wars video games to Electronic Arts, and the company immediately assigned projects based on the franchise to some of its top studios. After that last Battlefront release which left some fans seething over the use of loot boxes for upgrades rumors that stemmed from Cinelinx are circulating that Disney is not happy with EA and how they’ve handled the license.
Though EA did put a hold on the microtransactions for Battlefront 2, it still wasn’t enough to appease fans and as a result, EA failed to meet it’s sales projections so far.
An excellent send-off.
Taking lessons from ‘Battlefield 1.’
Allowing players to recreate that famous scene from ‘A New Hope’.
See Lando Calrissian trying to protect Cloud City.
Want to know when it’s going to Land-o? (Sorry)