Star Wars: Not only Ubisoft and EA, also Zynga working on a Star Wars game

Star Wars: Not only Ubisoft and EA, also Zynga working on a Star Wars game
Electronic Arts and Ubisoft are not the only ones to be able to use the Star Wars license in the world of video games: Zynga announced during the last meeting with shareholders that it is working on a new Star Wars mobile game.

We know nothing about the game in question except that Zynga has planned a soft launch in some regions for this summer with the aim of officially launching the title later presumably by the end of the year. This is the first Star Wars video game produced by Zynga, but the company has considerable experience in developing highly successful IP-based apps, think Harry Potter Puzzles & Spells or Game of Thrones Slots Casino.

Zynga focuses heavily on this new project, so much so that in 2020 it opened a studio in Austin, Texas, specifically to carry out work on the Star Wars video game. A great opportunity for the publisher if we think that Electronic Arts' Star Wars Galaxy of Heroes has generated over a billion dollars in revenue to date.

There are currently several Star Wars-related projects in the works, Ubisoft Massive is developing a Star Wars game and so is Electronic Arts, allegedly engaged in the production of the much rumored Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order 2.

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