Is Disney Rebooting Lucasfilm Games?

Bespin refugee - March 20, 2019
The Disney Careers Website has new job postings, for art directors, marketing coordinators, and producers, among other positions, at "Lucasfilm Games", which was the forerunner to LucasArts. While the name was kept as a licensor, LucasArts was shuttered around 2013, with The Secret of Monkey Islandas one of the last games to be released under the old name.
"According to the postings, Lucasfilm Games will be working on “interactive products” based on Star Wars or other Lucasfilm IP, for “all digital platforms”. These include PC, Mac, all current-gen consoles, mobile phones, and AR/VR devices."


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r4tzt4r - 2019-03-21 @ 7:31 am

I just hope they give us every damn game that EA was incapable of deeveloping. A new Force Unleashed, KOTOR remastered or a sequel, Rogue Squadron... It is so infuriating that they never exploted the potential of the franchise in the videogame department.

Goldbug - 2019-03-21 @ 2:53 am

It seems like it!

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