With the recently released Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga Resonating Well, both critics and audiences alike, and the news that legendary developer Amy Hennig is officially on board to help Lucasfilm Games deliver an interactive experience set, the galaxy is far, far away; Star Wars is a video game brand in a pretty strong position right now. However, that has always been the case. Specifically, a much-anticipated video game project, titled Star Wars 1313, was in development for many years before Disney finally pumped the brakes on it and broke the hearts of an entire fanbase.
It was as if the voices of many were cried out in terror. If you’re here, you’re probably wondering what Star Wars 1313 is and Why it was cancelled. Let’s get into it, shall we?
What Is Star Wars 1313?
Originally announced at E3 back in 2012, Star Wars 1313 was poised to be a cinematic, third-person action-adventure title that puts you in the infamous bounty hunter, Boba Fett. The Game was going to be set on Coruscant and would’ve seen you navigating Level 1313 of a mysterious subterranean megalopolis.
Not only did we get to see an official trailer Back in the day, but we also managed to get our own E3 preview of the game as well.
Unfortunately, however, Star Wars 1313 was officially cancelled in 2013, to many fans’ dismay.
Why Was Star Wars 1313 Cancelled?
Even though Star Wars 1313 has been in development since 2009, the game’s trajectory on the profound impact that a major sea change has taken place: The Walt Disney Company acquired Lucasfilm.
That’s right, when Disney bought Lucasfilm, the company ceased internal development on Star Wars 1313 and laid off its staff. In essence, The Mouse House pivoted from developing its own Star Wars games to a safer, more risk averse way of developing them: licensing them out to third-party publishers. As a result, Star Wars 1313 was canned and finally put on ice.
So, there you have it. We hope this helped clue you in what Star Wars 1313 is and Why it was cancelled. For more, feel free to find the relevant links below. And as always, keep it locked at Twinfinite for more Star Wars-related content.