If Star Wars bugs thought Jedi: Fallen Order or Star Wars: Battlefront 2 (pick which version) was a knockout hit, then they may not be setting themselves up with disappointment by anticipating more impressive video game showings from George Lucas’s juggernaut franchise. Star Wars nation should feel comfortable knowing that Jedi: Fallen Order 2 and LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga will turn heads and convert more screen time from millions of gaming nerds to the saga.
Still, there is one upcoming action-packed game that should spew more energy in the non-VR world and create more than usual excitement for the ultimate gaming nerds. This rare sneak peek and upcoming dynamite experience belongs to the work of Star Wars: Eclipse.
There is a lot to like about the recently introduced trailer. If you haven’t caught what to expect from this hyped-up addition to the Star Wars franchise, take a look at what this game will offer by watching the snippet below yourself:
Or just watch it again, because does it not feel like you are a kid in the candy store?
If you truly aren’t full of bliss and filled with the urge to solve more mysterious features behind this epic game, then you must still believe Jar Jar Binks was the man behind the cape at the last dance of the Mandalorian. In other words, this sneak peek flat-out mopped the floor of any potential negative expectations.
So, the several plus million earthlings to observe this commercial and me are simply in awe of this entertaining trailer. With that being said, we need the penguins from Madagascar to come in and say this: there’s good news and there’s bad news. The good news is that you just watched the trailer. The bad news is …. Star Wars: Eclipse is reported to be three to four years away at minimum from reaching the public.
According to Video Games Chronicles, the mouth-watering video game look will come to homes around the globe in three to four years. Furthermore, Quantic Dream Paris is reportedly struggling to hire staff. There’s been speculation that the hardship is amid harassment allegations that were aimed at VGC in 2019.
Additional details unveiled from Tom Henderson: Quantic Dream and David Cage are writing the script. David Cage is the founder of Quantic Dream and maker of the 2013 hit video game Beyond: Two Souls.
Additionally, the game may play out to be awesome, but the Star Wars universe will surely have to wait to confirm their beliefs.
Still, don’t lose faith (or the Force), as the dramatic delay may be worth it. James Cameron took four years to make Avatar and it’s safe to say he delivered on that promise. Perhaps, Star Wars Eclipse will have a similar outcome as Cameron’s 2009 masterpiece.
What are your hopes for the Star Wars: Eclipse video game?