"We never announced a launch window..."
Star Wars Eclipse took our collective breaths away when it was announced as part of The Game Awards last year, but our hopes were very quickly dashed as it was suggested the game was only just starting its development process. Following this, a report from reliable journalist Tom Henderson at
Hiring struggles cited
Late last year, it was revealed that EA's Star Wars exclusivity period was coming to a close. That meant that other development teams could start working on the franchise, and one of those was Heavy Rain developer Quantic Dream. As it turns out, development on their Star Wars project is stalling, according to an xfire report.
If it's even coming to Xbox at all
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...
The Quantic Dream CEO thinks it's "questionable"
Microsoft's decision to release two next-generation consoles this November - the Xbox Series X and the lower priced Xbox Series S - seems to have garnered a largely positive reception so far, but someone who isn't so keen on the idea is Quantic Dream founder and CEO, David Cage. Cage, who has written...