Visceral’s Star Wars Game – Release Date, Trailer, Consoles and News

It’s in 2013 since the Visceral Game’s Star Wars project came out in the market. Its first conceptual trailer was shown at E3 2016. The game is based on a 3rd person action and supposedly to be like prominent Uncharted games – Nolan North. Go through the article below to know more about the Visceral’s Star Wars Game Gameplay, Trailer, Release Date, and much more.

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Visceral’s Star Wars

Visceral’s Star Wars Game Release Date

Based on the update by the developer Visceral, the Star Wars fans need to wait a while till 2018 for the game’s release date. So, we’ve still got to wait while to enjoy the game. Likewise, Han Solo movie is set for May 2018 release date, it sounds reasonable to expect alignment with the movie and the game.

Visceral’s Star Wars Game Trailer

While it seemed would take long for Visceral’s Star Wars Game trailer to be out but thankfully it didn’t take quite long. At E3 2016, Visceral’s Star Wars Game brief gameplay footage was launched. Although a trailer was of few seconds, we see vintage Star Wars iconography. The iconography including Star Destroyers, the Rebel Alliance insignia, Imperial livery and so on.

Visceral’s Star Wars Game Gameplay

The game is based on an open world environment and it was known to the public when Electronic Arts did job postings in 2013 seeking applicants for the Star Wars franchise to work on an open world game. Based on its trailer, it’s also certain that the Visceral’s Star Wars Game Gameplay is set in an open world environment in the Star Wars universe. Moreover, open world gameplay suits well in the Star Wars universe. This gives a player a free rein on a single planet or an entire universe or galaxy to explore. Just like in the movie, it is expected a player can enjoy Star Wars, space flight and fleeing Star Destroyers.

Visceral’s Star Wars distinct than Star Wars 1313

It was thought that following the demise of the video game studio Lucasarts which was acquired by Disney in 2012, Visceral’s game will be the continuation of the Lucasarts but no. Lucasarts was the top name housing games like Star Wars: The Force Unleashed and adventure games like Grim Fandango. Before it went shut, the video game studio was working on the big game, Star Wars 1313. The Star Wars 1313 was showcased at E3 2012 and was to be available on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The game was a 3rd person action game set on Coruscant planet. However, after Lucasarts was off, Electronic Arts took the Star Wars license stating to make original games leaving the halted games to the past.

While EA may not continue the Star Wars 1313, in 2015 interview, the head of Lucasarts Kathleen Kennedy referenced that the company enjoys the Star Wars 1313 concept and may revive the project as none of that production work is thrashed away.

Visceral Star Wars – Han Solo and New Characters

It seemed like a Visceral’s Star Wars game is centered on Han Solo based on the developer’s social media postings. Furthermore, a pirate flag with a stormtrooper helmet and crossbones accentuate the Star Wars may be a Han Solo game. However, the E3 footage shows the Mos Eisley cantina. Thus, it is expected that a game at least involves an appearance of Mos Eisley, fans favorite smuggler. The game also may star Marvel’s evil Doctor Aphra. Aphra initially appeared as a Darth Vader hired ally. In the footage, Aphra look alike silhouette can be seen.

Visceral’s Star Wars Game Creator

The Visceral’s Star Wars game is under development by a team with a strong background. Amy Henning behind the characters like Nathan Drake and Sully is the former lead writer of the Uncharted Series. Jade Raymond, a crucial member of the Star Wars Game was the Executive Producer on Splinter Cell and Assassins Creed series. And, Todd Stashwick is a well-known television actor in Gotham ( Batman prequel series) and the movie, 12 Monkeys.

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