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Ubisoft is inviting you to playtest its upcoming Star Wars game

Despite the promising development, we still haven't a clue what the Star Wars game is going to be about.

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It looks like Ubisoft's Star Wars game isn't as far, far away as initially expected.

Ubisoft is part of a long list of studios who've lined up to have a shot at their own Star Wars game following the end of Electronic Arts' exclusivity deal with LucasArts games. So far, we haven't heard about its upcoming game save for the fact that it exists - until now.

Ubisoft and Massive Entertainment just invited the entire gaming community on Ubisoft's social media channels to playtest their "Star Wars Project". Specifically, the studio clarifies it will prioritize people who live in or around Malmö, Sweden, for potential "physical playtests at the studio".

Unfortunately, that's it. Ubisoft nor Massive didn't even reveal the name of the game at all, which is weird. But, hey, it couldn't take any longer than Quantic Dream's Star Wars game that the studio insists hasn't been delayed, right?

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Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is the first of likely many Star Wars games that's coming out starting early next year.

At the end of the day, Star Wars fans have plenty to cheer for in the gaming industry in the coming years. Earlier this year, we came across reports that Disney wants to see a new Star Wars game to come out every six months. If this is true, then we can expect to see at least one more Star Wars game to follow Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, which we learned at The Game Awards 2022 will come out on March 16.

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