Leaks have demanded since that September Heavy rain a Detroit: Become Human developer Quantic Dream is working on a new Star Wars game, and now, more new details may have emerged on the project. As shared by journalist Jeff Grubb during a recent episode of his Giant Bomb show Grubbsnax, Quantic Dream’s Star Wars game is going to be called Star Wars Eclipse.
Grubb explained that while he is not entirely sure about the details of the project, he believes it will be installed during the era of the High Republic. A. Star Wars a game set in the age has been the rumor mill for almost two years at this point.
The era of the High Republic, in case you are unaware, was set about 200 years before the Skywalker Saga (in particular, The Phantom Menace), and about 800 years after the fall of the Old Republic.
Grubb added that too Star Wars Eclipse is “ready for publication soon” and will be revealed before the end of the year. The Game Awards seem like a place where the reveal could happen, especially with show producer Geoff Keighley serving up several new releases at the event.
A report a few months ago claimed that Quantic Dream’s Star Wars game has been under development for about 18 months. Allegedly, it will be a full-action adventure game, unlike the QTE-driven cinematic narrative adventure titles that the studio has typically been known for. The game will also feature open world and multiplayer elements. Read more about that throughout here.
For the time being, it’s best to tread carefully where these rumors are concerned, as is the case for any unverified leak, but it looks like we’ll have definite, official details soon – so stay tuned for updates on all of that and more.