STAR WARS 1313 Officially Announced by LucasArts

Remember all that Star Wars 1313 stuff that spread like wildfire across the internet not long ago? Everyone was speculating what it all means and what it would be… well, now we know. LucasArts has officially announced that Star Wars 1313 is a new video game that they’ve been developing, and like a lot of fans speculated it centers around a bounty hunter.

As players take control of a lethal bounty hunter in a never-before-seen dark and mature world, Star Wars 1313 introduces an integrated development approach by bringing together great artists across the Lucasfilm organization, including LucasArts, Industrial Light & Magic, Lucasfilm Animation Ltd. and Skywalker Sound. A third person cinematic action adventure game, Star Wars 1313 will bring to life the Coruscant underworld, the most dangerous place in the Star Wars™ galaxy.

Named for Level 1313, a ruthless criminal underground deep below the surface of the planet of Coruscant, the game puts players in control of a deadly bounty hunter as he uses an arsenal of exotic weaponry to hunt down his marks and uncover the truth surrounding a criminal conspiracy.  Star Wars 1313 emphasizes epic set pieces and fast-paced combat with a hero who uses human skills and gadgets, rather than supernatural Force powers, to make his way through this dangerous world.

Sounds awesome to me! Of course, I find most things involving Star Wars are awesome. The game will make its formal debut at E3 in Los Angeles, June 5-7th. LucasArts president Paul Meegan had this to say in a statement,

We’re excited to share one of the projects LucasArts has been hard at work developing. Star Wars 1313 dives into a part of the Star Wars mythos that we’ve always known existed, but never had a chance to visit. We are committed to bringing the best gameplay experience and visual fidelity to life and I truly believe the work we are showcasing at E3 will speak for itself.”

More details about Star Wars 1313 will surface in the coming months so stay tuned!


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