A new LEGO Star Wars game just got outed by General Grievous

Joann Johnston
April 16, 2019

We don't have any details on what the game is or when to expect it, but you'd have to imagine it ties in with Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker somehow.

In the debut teaser, Daisy Ridley's Rey is officially a Jedi. Hennig concluded her part on Jedi: Fallen Order by saying, "I don't have any insider knowledge, but there's a lot of reasons they could have adopted a new attitude for this".

"We needed to cut away to the villains, for one thing, which was something I never allowed us to do on Uncharted".

Kennedy and Star Wars have been roundly criticized for what appears to be a lack of planning for the current Star Wars trilogy. In a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly, LucasFilm's Kathleen Kennedy addressed the future of the franchise.

Watch the footage from the new Star Wars series coming to the Disney Plus streaming service as The Mandalorian trailer from Star Wars Celebration makes its way online in addition to a behind-the-scenes look.

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The latest incarnation of Star Wars Celebration took place April 11-15 in Chicago, Illinois. It was rumoured (and I strongly believe this rumour holds a lot of weight) that Benioff and Weiss are working on a Lord of the Rings-esque Star Wars trilogy set in the Old Republic.

According to Eurogamer, the new LEGO Star Wars title could possibly follow the events of the entire saga, from Episode I-IX.

TT Games, of course, has a long history with Star Wars, as the studio's run of LEGO games began with the first LEGO Star Wars game in 2005.

What EA desperately needs is someone they can trust to get the story and gameplay right at launch, and without the need of post-launch patches to fix problems. The industry's changing all the time, she said, "and I'm glad for Respawn's sake, because I'm excited about their game, and I've heard great things about it". She would add, "I think this is a huge opportunity to step into the galaxy in a little bit different part of the timeline".

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