The games of Star Wars they will now be reunited under a single label, Lucasfilm Games.
Announced today on StarWars.com, the company revealed that “Lucasfilm Games is now the official identity for all Lucasfilm game titles, a name that encompasses the company’s rich video game catalog and its look to the future.”.
It marks a move similar to Xbox Game Studios and PlayStation Studios, which bring together multiple developers under a single label. All future Star Wars games will therefore bear this seal with its corresponding logo. You can see what it looks like below, via this newly released trailer.
Lucasfilm Games now also has dedicated pages of Twitter and Facebook, “that will provide breaking news more directly to fans.”. However, no new games or projects have been announced as part of this announcement.
On the other hand, after Star Wars: Squadrons, there aren’t many Star Wars games lined up right now, although LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga is on its way. Furthermore, we also know that Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is destined to be the beginning of a new franchise with quite a lot of travel.
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— Lucasfilm Games (@LucasfilmGames) January 11, 2021
In other recent Star Wars news, we remind you that a very spectacular fan-art has imagined (in the style of What If) what the Skywalker family would have been like with a happy ending.
And as a curiosity at the collector level, you should know that the stunt coordinator of the saga sold the Revenge of the Sith lightsabers recently. It was through an auction that it reached completely astronomical figures.