Game Director Amy Hennig is creating a new action-adventure game based on the Star Wars story with her studio Skydance New Media in collaboration with Lucasfilm Games. It will be an original story set in the Star Wars universe. It is not known when the game will be released.
Skydance New Media Write it and Lucasfilm Games in a news story. Hennig and her team will be developing an original story set in the Star Wars universe, so the game will not be a narrative of any of the Star Wars movies, series, or books. The game should be an action-adventure game based on a story, similar to the Uncharted series that Hennig worked on or Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order from 2019.
It’s Hennig’s second time working on Star Wars. In 2018, Hennig worked at Visceral Games and EA Vancouver on a Star Wars game for EA, but that game was too linear according to EA. And it was deleted† Hennig left EA as Game Director to start her own studio.
Amy Hennig rose to fame as director and producer of the Legacy of Kain series, among others, and as creative director and writer on Naugthy Dog, working on the Jak and Daxter series and the Uncharted series. Henning He left Naughty Dog in 2014while working on Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End for Star Wars.
In the news story, she wrote that seeing Star Wars in 1977 had a huge impact on her creative life and that she is so excited to be working with Lucasfilm Games on the “interactive stories in the galaxy” that she loves so much. In addition to working on Star Wars, Skydance New Media Also in a Marvel game based on a story† This is the first game from the studio that was founded in 2019. It is not yet known when the game will be released.
Besides studio Hennig, he also works Bring back 3 new Star Wars games† Respawn developed Jedi: Fallen Order. A sequel to that game should be released this year or next. The other two are strategy and shooting game. Ubisoft and Massive Entertainment They also make the Star Wars open world game.
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