Star Wars 1313 won't be an Xbox One exclusive
"Probably not," Microsoft Studios executive Phil Spencer says about potential for company to be the one to revive reportedly canceled project.
If Star Wars 1313 does in fact one day see release, don't expect Microsoft to be the one to revive the project and make it an Xbox One-exclusive.
Writing on Twitter, Microsoft Studios executive Phil Spencer said it's unlikely Microsoft would have a hand in the game's revival, if that happens at all.
"[Probably] not," Spencer said. "[I'm] sure Disney have their own plans for [Star Wars]."
Star Wars 1313 was originally announced at E3 2012 as a next-gen Star Wars third-person action adventure game from LucasArts. The game, said to feature bounty hunter Boba Fett as its protagonist, was reportedly canceled in April 2013 when Disney closed LucasArts.
The House of Mouse has since abandoned its trademark for Star Wars 1313 and the game's creative director, Dominic Robilliard, has joined the PlayStation team where he is working as a design director for an unspecified project.
Disney and Electronic Arts signed an agreement last year to make the Battlefield publisher the exclusive creator of Star Wars games going forward. This deal spans 10 years and multiple projects, including a new Star Wars: Battlefront game from Battlefield creator DICE.
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