Additional information on now-defunct action-adventure game Star Wars: 1313 has surfaced.
The new details emerged on IGN following a source sharing a 15-minute demo of Star Wars 1313. The demo had been originally scheduled to debut at this year's E3, and featured protagonist Boba Fett.
In it, a young Boba Fett makes his way through Tattooine while serving Jabba the Hutt. Players would have controlled the character in earlier versions of his armour. Fett's armour would have changed as the story progressed, eventually becoming more familiar to Star Wars fans.
A mention of layer 1314 was also made, with Fett intended to battle his way through it in some parts in the game. Several never-before-seen concept art pieces were also revealed.
Disney acquired the Star Wars brand in October last year, and subsequently shut down LucasArts, putting an end to Star Wars 1313 and Star Wars: First Assault.
LucasArts was most recently known for its Star Wars games, but the studio was also responsible for praised adventure games, including The Secret of Monkey Island, Grim Fandango, and Maniac Mansion: Day of the Tentacle, among others.