Star Wars Eclipse was one of the biggest reveals at The Game Awards this past week, but according to early reports, the game could be 3-4 years away at a minimum — and it's supposedly struggling to hire staff as well.

This is according to industry insider Tom Henderson, who took to Twitter on Friday to reveal what he knows about the title. There are over 60 job openings for Quantic Dream Paris right now, seemingly all for work on Star Wars Eclipse.

The official website for Eclipse has revealed a few more details about it, including that it's an "action-adventure, multiple-character branching narrative game" in which "you have the power to make choices with consequences" and "compose an original Star Wars story". We've included more details at the bottom of this article.

We're still none the wiser about whether it'll be coming to Xbox though — Xbox's Major Nelson did highlight it on Twitter when it was announced on Thursday, but Quantic Dream has only ever worked on games for PlayStation and PC in recent years, including the likes of Heavy Rain, Beyond: Two Souls and Detroit: Become Human.

"See the galaxy through the eyes of an ensemble cast of multiple, charismatic playable characters, each with their own morality, personality, motivations, and impact upon each other and the story at large."

"With all-new characters and environments, you have the power to make choices with consequences thanks to many outcomes in this deeply branching narrative."

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