Star Wars: 1313 launching this year?
[UPDATE] Sony Facebook page reveals possible launch window for LucasArts' upcoming third-person action game; page removed, company responds.
[UPDATE] Following the publication of this story, the post on the Sony German PlayStation Facebook account was removed. In addition, LucasArts provided a statement to Kotaku saying, "No, that was an inaccurate post. We have not confirmed any platforms yet for 1313 and do not have any announcements to make at this time."
The original story follows below
LucasArts has made no mention of a release date or platform availability for Star Wars: 1313 since it announced the game in May 2012.
Star Wars: 1313 was first announced in May 2012. The internally developed third-person action adventure game will see players take on the role of a bounty hunter navigating a subterranean metropolis, Level 1313, beneath the surface of the planet Coruscant.
The game is being developed with the help of artists across the Lucasfilm organization, including LucasArts, Industrial Light & Magic, Lucasfilm Animation Ltd, and Skywalker Sound. The game will be based on the Unreal engine and feature full-body performance capture.
Star Wars: 1313 may not be the only new Star Wars game on the horizon. A listing for an Xbox Live Arcade game Star Wars: First Assault appeared last year. This project has not been formally announced.
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