Online speculations claim that Quantic Dream’s Star Wars Eclipse may not even have started actual production as the company is having serious engine issues. Colin Moriarty, the host of the Sacred Symbol podcast, also shared details about the game’s plot, which Tom Henderson confirmed as being published on Insider Gaming. The game is supposedly not even in actual production yet, and the storylines that have been revealed are a controlled leak to see how the public would respond and to help the firm find more devs.
Discover Star Wars Eclipse, a new action-adventure, multiple-character branching narrative game set in the High Republic era, presented by Quantic Dream and Lucasfilm Games. Now early in development.
The game lets you play as a diverse cast of charismatic characters, each with their own story, abilities, and role to play in the events that could alter the carefully balanced peace of the Outer Rim.
Choices have consequences. Every decision you make can have dramatic repercussions on your journey. The way of life in the Outer Rim is being threatened and you must define your path.
Sarah, a member of The Zaraan, a humanoid race that has never before been seen in the Star Wars universe, would reportedly be the primary character in Star Wars Eclipse. The balance of this race’s militarily oriented empire is upset by Sarah’s union with Xendo because the two belong to groups with very different ideologies—the first is more aggressive, and the second is softer. They claim that their connection will be the focus of the entire game.
It has been obvious since its introduction that Star Wars Eclipse won’t be released any time soon. This claim conflicts with the statement made earlier this year by the insider who leaked information about the game before its formal debut.
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