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Respawn is working on THREE new Star Wars games!



That Respawn Entertainment makes the sequel to Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order has been known for a long time. But now EA reveals that it is only the first of a total of three Star Wars games that the Titanfall and Apex Legends studio are involved in.

The second game is a first person shooter. No other details, other than that it is done by a new team at Respawn under the leadership of game director Peter Hirschmann (who was involved in the VR shooter Medal of Honor: Above and Beyond).

Game number three is a strategy game, and Respawn seems to have more of a producer role. The development is managed by the newly started Bit Reactor, a studio run by Greg Foerstch who has been art director at Firaxis (not unknown in strategy contexts). Again, we do not get any details about either the name or layout of the game.

This is what EA says:


Game Director Stig Asmussen and his team at the studio are already working on the next game in the action adventure Star Wars Jedi series, and are joined by two new teams working to deliver additional unique Star Wars gameplay experiences across multiple genres. Leading the development of Respawn’s all-new Star Wars first-person shooter game is Peter Hirschmann, Game Director at Respawn, who has a long and accomplished history with the Star Wars franchise. The third title is a Star Wars strategy game developed through a production collaboration with the newly formed studio Bit Reactor, helmed by games industry veteran Greg Foerstch. Respawn will produce the new Star Wars strategy game while Bit Reactor leads on the development of the title.



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