Every Upcoming Star Wars Game
The are several exciting Star Wars projects on the way, and many of those are video games. With EA's exclusivity deal ending, multiple publishers and developers are working on the Star Wars series across several genres. These include everything from strategy games to first-person shooters, with the list of upcoming Star Wars games being so diverse that nearly everyone can find something they'll like.
There are reportedly plans for two new Star Wars games every fiscal year, with one being a larger AAA title and another being a smaller project. Some are years away, while we'll be able to play others very soon. These are all the Star Wars games announced right now.
Respawn's Star Wars FPS
Announced alongside the Star Wars Jedi sequel, a new first-person shooter Star Wars game is also coming from Respawn Entertainment. Not much has been revealed about this game yet, but we do know Peter Hirschmann will serve as director. He previously worked on a huge number of Star Wars games, including the original LucasArts Battlefront titles, multiple Lego Star Wars games, and The Force Unleashed, as well as shooters like Metal of Honor and Mercenaries: Playground of Destruction.
Bit Reactor's Star Wars strategy game
In development at the brand-new Bit Reactor studio, this Star Wars strategy game is one of three in-development Star Wars titles EA announced in January 2022. It's being made in collaboration with Respawn, and former XCOM art director Greg Foertsch leads the studio. With extensive work in turn-based tactics and hints on a job posting, the studio could head in that direction with Star Wars, but it remains unclear as of right now.
Star Wars Eclipse
An unexpected new game from Heavy Rain and Detroit: Become Human developer Quantic Dream, the upcoming Star Wars: Eclipse is set in the High Republic era. This is an unexplored period in Star Wars lore--at least for video games--and Quantic Dream's unique gameplay and narrative style could make it vastly different from other Star Wars games. The studio has been experiencing its own share of problems recently, however, with lawsuits alleging poor treatment, and it's not clear how far along Eclipse is.
Knights of the Old Republic remake
When it comes to acclaimed Star Wars games, you'll hear Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic's name mentioned more than just about anything else. A full remake is currently in the works from port specialist Aspyr, and it's headed to both PS5 and PC. EA's separate Star Wars: The Old Republic MMO is ongoing, but Knights of the Old Republic's story-focused single-player RPG style was riveting nearly two decades ago and should stand the test of time when the remake is ready to launch.
Star Wars: Hunters
Developed by Zynga, Star Wars: Hunters is another unique take on the franchise--but this time it's coming only to mobile devices and Nintendo Switch. A third-person arena action game, Star Wars: Hunters lets you play as a wide variety of character archetypes, including Stormtroopers, Jedi, and Wookies. A "Hunters of the Outer Rim" competition will run alongside the game, offering rewards for the most dedicated and skilled hunters in the galaxy.
Ubisoft's Star Wars Project
Announced as EA's exclusivity period for the Star Wars franchise came to an end, Ubisoft's "The Star Wars Project," as it's currently known, is in development at Massive Entertainment--the same studio behind The Division and its sequel. Like those games, this Star Wars game will make use of the Snowdrop engine and will be set in an open world with a focus on narrative. Given that we have seen nothing of the game yet, it remains to be seen when it will actually release.
Skydance New Media (Amy Hennig) Star Wars Project
Amy Hennig, best known for her work on the Uncharted series, has a new studio called Skydance New Media that has already landed some big projects with Disney. Aside from a Marvel game, the studio is set to make game set in the Star Wars universe. Described as a cinematic action-adventure with an original story, this will be Skydance's second announced project, after a Marvel game that debuted at the 2022 D23 expo.