Star Wars: First Gameplay Notes on the Game from Ubisoft

Star Wars: First Gameplay Notes on the Game from Ubisoft
As of this week it has been clear that Ubisoft Massive is developing a new Star Wars game. When making the announcement, the publisher announced that it would be an open-world adventure that is currently in a very early stage of production. However, further details - especially about the gameplay - have so far been in short supply. But now there are at least some hints that suggest the content of the game.

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Furthermore is from "Key Quest and Mission Contents". A progression system for the main character could also be derived from this. All in all, it almost sounds like a kind of "The Division in the Star Wars Universe" awaits you, even if this is of course only speculation so far. However, these two games definitely have one thing in common: They use the Snowdrop Engine, which was last used in The Division 2.

Source: Ubisoft Massive

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