EA Motive may have only just released Star Wars Squadrons, but they’re already working on a new title based on Disney’s juggernaut IP.
A job posting for the Canadian EA branch developer claims that the studio is currently looking for a programmer to work on two upcoming projects: a new original IP and a new Star Wars video game.
Not many details are given about either project, but the latter is described as an “action game”. No platforms or release targets were given.
In a recent blog post, thanks VGC, EA Motive’s General Manager, Patrick Klaus, explained that the development studio has set itself the goal of “empower[ing] players to create, experiment, live and share their own unique stories.”
“In addition to Star Wars: Squadrons, we’re also working on several unannounced projects. Innovation is tough, but it’s also exciting and energizing,” Klaus said.
EA’s output with the beloved IP started off as a disappointing, underdeveloped mess – just like Episode IX: Rise of Skywalker – but the publisher has recently revitalised their output with Jedi: Fallen Order, Squadrons and a massively revamped Battlefront 2.
With a Fallen Order sequel in the works, a presumed third Battlefront title and EA Motive’s new project, there’s a lot of warring in them stars to do.