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LucasArts has become the latest developer to jump into “future generation” game development after a job listing for a Graphics Engineer was discovered on Gamasutra. The game is described as an “Action/ Adventure Title,” but any further details are being kept tightly under wraps.
LucasArts hasn’t done much development in recent years, choosing instead to work with TT Games, BioWare, and Behaviour Interactive to create several new games based on the Indiana Jones and Star Wars franchises.
However, the company did internally develop Star Wars: The Force Unleashed and Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II this generation. And the second one did end on a rather massive cliffhanger…
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