At The Game Awards, Star Wars: Eclipse, the latest game from the Quantic Dream’s High Republic era, was finally officially revealed and, as previously rumored, is a classic action-adventure game – as the developers are used to, with many heroes and a diverse storyline on the board.
Although the game’s first enthusiasts naturally provoked fans, the bad news is that we’re rumored to have a long way to go: Tom Henderson, who previously leaked himself about it, has now written on TwitterénThat we have to wait at least three or four more years for Star Wars: Eclipse – despite the fact that the team has been working on it for a year and a half.
According to Henderson, the game was written by Parisian studio Quantic Dream (managed by David Cage, of course), and although the company has also put together the recently created Montreal Brigade for the project, headquarters continues to play a prominent role in development. The bad news – and not surprising in light of past events – is that the Paris team is facing a major manpower shortage, especially in the development department. The company’s website Over sixty people are currently being sought for the Paris studio, while applicants are expected to apply to Montreal for nine positions.
This is also an important detail because Kotaku previously wrote that despite the fact that Quantic Dream games are beautiful, their engine wasn’t invented for the genre, and their development tools are terribly outdated – so guys really have a lot to do in this area. They have a job.
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