Respawn's Star Wars FPS has been canceled


Respawn's Star Wars FPS has been canceled
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EA has canceled Respawn Entertainment's Star Wars first-person shooter as it focuses on new company goals.

The details:

  • The project's cancellation was announced in a statement confirming significant layoffs at the company, with EA Entertainment president Laura Miele stating that Respawn will instead focus on Apex Legends and its Star Wars Jedi franchise.
  • According to Miele, the project was still in "early development" and the public knew little about it except that it was being built in Unreal Engine 5 and would star The Mandalorian. A job listing at Respawn also stated that it would be inspired by the Jedi Knight series.
  • Respawn is still developing new content for its popular battle royale Apex Legends while working on the third installment in the Jedi franchise, following the release of Jedi: Survivor last year. Bit Reactor is also developing a Star Wars strategy game with Respawn's assistance.

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