Is Star Wars Eclipse Doomed Before Release?

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We have been hearing some incoming chatter coming across our various Imperial spies around the Outer Rim. Normally we would not disseminate this information to the denizens of the New Republic because we are unsure of the accuracy of the transmissions. However, we want to make sure that all information is on the table, so that you are not caught unaware in the galactic wilds! Remember to take everything below with a nice big helping of salt!

Back in December, Lucasfilm released an epic trailer for the upcoming video game Star Wars Eclipse by Quantic Dream. Flash-forward a couple of months and a new report from the website xfire seemingly reveals that all is not well with the game.

It seems that staffing shortages are creating a huge problem for the game developer. According to xfire, when a trailer like this is released a few years in advance of the game, it is typically to attract talent to come work on the title. Even though the trailer looks spectacular, it does not seem to be having the effect that the studio was hoping it would.

Couple that with a few more things the xfire dug up, and you have an interesting scenario playing out for the game. I highly suggest heading over to xfire and reading through all the detective work they did, describing why the game might be in trouble.

In any case, rewatch the awesome trailer above, and then leave your thoughts in the comment section concerning this unfavorable news.

About Star Wars Eclipse:

Star Wars Eclipse™ is the first video game to be set in an uncharted region of the Outer Rim during The High Republic era, known as the golden age of the Jedi. The game will build upon Quantic Dream’s expertise in delivering deeply branching narratives and will go beyond their already established acclaim. Player’s choices will be at the heart of the experience, as every decision can have a dramatic impact on the course of the story.

About Quantic Dream
Quantic Dream is a Paris and Montreal-based independent video game studio created in 1997 by David Cage. The unique narrative experiences offered by Heavy Rain™, Beyond: Two Souls™, Detroit: Become Human™, have reached millions of players around the world and won more than 250 international awards.

Independent publisher since 2019, Quantic Dream also supports the creation of video games by original creators with unique visions, which are brought to life with the help of Quantic Dream’s expertise and means of production.

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