Electronic Arts rejected DICE’s offer for a hypothetical Star Wars: Battlefront 2 sequel in favor of developing a new Battlefield game.
For the franchise whose movie story boasts about being a trilogy, Star Wars: Battlefront 3 joined the ever-growing list of third Star Wars video game entries that have never made it past the development, concept, or pitch stages. According to a rumor, DICE has suggested a potential sequel to Star Wars: Battle 2 for Electronic Arts, but the idea was abandoned due to licensing costs to create the game.
The crux of the matter is simple: to earn the same amount as any other game, Star Wars would need to sell 20% more copies to offset licensing costs, which seems to have proved too steep for the game publisher to reveal the project. This is according to leaker Tom Henderson, who has accurately leaked DICE news in the past, though you’d best take things like this with a grain of salt.
The new one Star Wars: Battle the game franchise got off to a pretty messy start, with the first entry being fans of the original matrix the game feels – while promising – doesn’t quite live up to its potential, followed by a sequel that features a broad launch for its predatory micro-trading platform. Though, Star Wars: Battle 2 Slowly but steadily remove the negative reputation it earned in its nascent months and turned into a refined, complete, and enjoyable shooter experience.
Hoping for a sequel that expands on ideas developed during the second game’s post-launch support is not a lofty dream – nor is it unwarranted – for those DICE or Star Wars fans, especially after update about Star Wars: Battle 2 paused. However, according to rumors, those dreams have been postponed indefinitely by the publisher.
Instead of working next Star Wars: Battle game, the DICE developers are said to have been reassigned to working on a new one Battlefield entrance. DICE’s new game appears to be in early development, just through the concept phase, but not much is known about the project out there.
Despite being accused of canceling, or rather denying Star Wars: Battlefront 3 field, there are at least two Star Wars games in development under Electronic Arts, with both games appearing to be single-player, story-driven – no different from critically acclaimed games. high rating Jedi: Fallen Orders, made by Respawn Entertainment, whose sequel is one of those games.
Star Wars: Battlefront 3 is considered underdeveloped.
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