A new piece of information suggests that the mysterious Star Wars title in development at Ubisoft has a completely open and explorable universe similar to No Man’s Sky.
New rumors suggest that the Star Wars game currently in development by Ubisoft Massive will feature a vast, open universe for players to explore as they take on missions. While details about the mysterious title are still being kept under wraps, a Twitter post from December announced that Ubisoft Massive is recruiting testers for the Star Wars game.
Despite providing inspiration for beloved titles like BioWare’s Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic and classic shooter Star Wars: Dark Forces, the Star Wars franchise has a tough track record when it comes to video games. Although EA managed to achieve critical and commercial success with 2019’s Soulslike Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, EA Star Wars games have largely lacked in the years that have left many fans of the franchise. Excited to announce in 2021 that Ubisoft will be partnering with Lucasfilm Games on a new product – an open-world Star Wars title. This new rumor says the game will have an open world, this secret could have an even larger scope than what players anticipate.
A new tweet from the BattlefrontUpdates account includes a quote from Insider Gaming claiming that Ubisoft’s new Star Wars game features “a completely open, seamless universe, like the one found in No Man’s Sky”. The excerpt goes on to say that players will be able to travel between different star systems while participating in a multitude of activities. While gamers know that Ubisoft’s Star Wars title will be open-world in nature, the sheer scale of the game as suggested in the snippet suggests that Ubisoft may be trying to compete with other titles. Upcoming game releases like Bethesda’s Starfield when it comes to the amount of content the team can deliver.
Many Star Wars fans are particularly skeptical of news of a seemingly vast universe to explore in the upcoming game, with some commenters pointing to Ubisoft’s tendency to release world games. open where the player can’t really do much. Revealing old fanfare in many of Ubisoft’s open-world titles, one gamer joked that players would be able to unlock areas of their map by “scaling up celestial towers Empire of the Empire”. Other commenters worried about the comparison to No Man’s Sky due to that game having difficulty launching. Skepticism aside, some die-hard fans have only expressed excitement at the idea of being able to experience a truly open-world part of Star Wars.
Whether Ubisoft’s open-world Star Wars game Massive ends up in a timeless classic like Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic or a forgotten failure like the Masters of Teras Kasi, it’s clear. are galaxy fans far away, very much looking forward to something brand new whenever the game releases.
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