The trend of developing open world games does not seem to show any signs of cooling down. After the successes of Elden Ring, God of War: Ragnarok last year and Hogwarts Legacy this year, game developers are continuing to announce more projects of the same genre. One of them is Star Wars Outlaw – Ubisoft’s latest blockbuster game and promises to be a key investment to become a quality AAA game right after launch.
Introduced earlier this year, Star Wars Outlaw currently has no expected release date, but according to many sources, this blockbuster is likely to appear soon in 2024. Towards creating an open world outside In outer space with asteroids, Star Wars Outlaw is very much associated with Starfield – a game with a similar theme that will be released this coming September. However, Star Wars Outlaw claims to create completely different new features, emphasizing that the lands and planets in this open world are designed entirely by hand, without any interference. copy, duplicate.
This is because although Starfield is introduced to more than 1,000 planets designed in the galaxy for gamers to explore, most of those lands are created according to a certain formula, with large cells and most do not have separate content routes. As for Star Wars Outlaw, the story will be different. As creative director of the project, Julian Gerighty shared, the approach of this game will be quite the opposite. Not only will he craft all the lands himself, he also promises that their area will be huge when “each area of Star Wars Outlaw will be as large as the two areas in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey combined.
Currently, there is not too much information about Star Wars Outlaw as Ubisoft is still trying to keep this project secret. However, this publisher always insists that it will aim for a true open-world game, where gamers can freely explore new lands with lots of content. Although it has not made too much of an impression with a number of failed projects over the years, but with Star Wars Outlaw, Ubisoft seems to be focusing all its efforts on rediscovering its past glory.