Development for Star Wars 1313 will remain "Business as usual"
With Disney recently purchasing LucasArts, many gamers are wondering what will happen to the studio working the upcoming 3rd person action game Star Wars 1313 and the rumored Star Wars: Frontline Assault.
Well, IGN spoke to LucasArts to find out the answer, and received the following statement...
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So we could still get Battlefront 3 and KOTOR 3...
If anything this is good news for Lucasarts, it's pained to see them fall on such hard times, as their last real breakout hits (both commercially and critically) were the Battlefront Games and for a time the Lego-themed games based on Lucasfilm IPs (though fun, and commercially viable) just seemed like they were being released to pay the bills after their first outings. Them being a part of the deal with Disney will give them the much needed financial relief the company has needed since it's restructuring not even 5 years ago.
Well, Disney DID help publish that Turok game a few years back, so at least we know they are not too afraid to venture into the mature market.
I was afraid Disney was going to tell them to cut back on the mature content, but I'm sure glad they didn't. +1 Disney.
Phew! This was my biggest concern with the Disney buyout (which is to say, I didn't have many concerns).