The Visceral Star Wars would have been “gorgeous, amazing and fun”

One of his writers says they were “doing something big”.

The sad news of the closure of Visceral Games was accompanied by the confirmation that the Star Wars video game in which the creators of Dead Space worked would reorient its development, going from a linear action adventure to a more open game experience. Little more is known of this project in which one of the creative minds behind Uncharted, Amy Henning, was involved, but one of its writers has jumped to the speech to dedicate a few words to this title.

“It would have been beautiful, amazing, fun and entertaining,” wrote Todd Stashwick on Twitter. “For me it has been a unique experience, passionate and talented people doing something great,” he adds on Twitter, without going into more details about the video game’s argument or some of its most outstanding mechanics.

For now, the only thing that is known is that this title of Star Wars will be developed by EA Vancouver

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