Star Wars Eclipse: prototype as early as March 2018, one month before the Detroit launch

Star Wars Eclipse: prototype as early as March 2018, one month before the Detroit launch

Star Wars Eclipse

According to what has been reconstructed by the various profiles of the company, Quantic Dream already had a prototype of Star Wars Eclipse in March 2018, exactly one month before the launch of the PS4 version of Detroit Become Human, its latest game.

The information was learned by studying the profiles of some of the developers, many of whom indicate that they have been working on a project without a proper name since March 2018. Among these some key figures such as the head writer and director of the filmed sequences.

We are faced with a project that has already been in the works for many years, therefore, which is not surprising given the current development cycles of triple A video games. After all, it was clear that Quantic Dream should be working on a new game, since it is a software house. There was only to know which one. It is also not surprising to know that construction began in conjunction with the closure of Detroit, since it is normal for a part of a development team to start working on new projects while previous ones are closed.

Star Wars Eclipse was unveiled during The Game Awards 2021 with the first trailer, which immediately showed some gameplay. It was undoubtedly one of the surprises of the evening. This is a third person action adventure with a very strong focus on storytelling, in true Quantic Dream style.

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'Star Wars Eclipse' Takes Players Back to the Era of the High Republic

The long-rumored Star Wars video game has finally been revealed over at The Game Awards 2021.

Titled Star Wars Eclipse, the new title is being developed by Quantic Dream, the studio behind other hits such as Heavy Rain and Beyond: Two Souls. Unlike their previous projects however, the upcoming game will be an action-adventure experience set hundreds of years before the Skywalker Saga at a time known as the era of the High Republic, where you can “play as a diverse cast of charismatic characters, each with their own story, abilities, and role to play in the tapestry of events that could alter the carefully balanced peace of the Outer Rim.” Unfortunately, other details remain scarce at the time since the game is still in 'early development,' and no platforms for it have been announced yet either.

There's currently no release date yet for Star Wars Eclipse, so for now, take a look at the trailer above, and learn more about the game over on its website.

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