Star Wars: Hunters, an upcoming team-based enviornment shooter set within the galaxy far, far-off has been delayed to subsequent 12 months.
The aggressive multiplayer brawler pits groups of characters towards each other in fights throughout the Star Wars universe. It’s scheduled to launch on Nintendo Swap, iOS, and Android gadgets. Though it was initially anticipated to launch in 2021 it was later delayed to the 12 months after, and has now as soon as once more been pushed again to 2023.
“Our ambition is to create a aggressive battle enviornment recreation that can entertain for years to return,” the announcement on Twitter (opens in new tab) reads. “To make sure we meet the excessive expectations we’re setting for followers globally and ourselves as builders, we’ve got made the choice to delay the worldwide launch of Star Wars: Hunters.
“We invite all players to hitch us on Vespaara when Star Wars: Hunters launches in 2023 on Nintendo Swap, iOS and Android gadgets.
“We perceive recreation delays are irritating. Nevertheless, our prime precedence is making certain gamers could have the very best expertise within the Area.”
Star Wars: Hunters has already obtained a gentle launch in India, Malaysia, the Philippines, and Indonesia. Developer NaturalMotion will proceed to roll out content material updates in these territories forward of the sport’s full, worldwide launch.
A very long time to attend for a galaxy far, far-off
Though Star Wars: Hunters is a considerably low-key launch for the franchise, it was the one Star Wars recreation scheduled for this 12 months. Now it’s been delayed to 2023, we’ll be ready a very long time for the following recreation in George Lucas’s sci-fi universe.
Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, Respawn’s upcoming sequel to Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, can be set to launch subsequent 12 months. However with no particular date introduced, and with heavy-hitters like Starfield anticipated to launch in early in 2023, we wouldn’t be shocked if it rears its head later somewhat than sooner.
Though loads of different Star Wars video games have been introduced, we don’t count on they’ll seem any time quickly, both. Updates on the Star Wars: Knights of the Outdated Republic Remake have been absent since its first teaser reveal, and we’re none the wiser on when Quantic Desires’ Star Wars Eclipse will hit cabinets.
Equally, particulars on the just lately introduced Star Wars mission from ex-Uncharted director Amy Hennig are sparse. We’ve no indication when it would launch, nor when Ubisoft’s new open-world Star Wars title will see the sunshine of day. Plus, Respawn has a Star Wars FPS and a technique recreation within the works, too, which seems to be of their early growth phases.
Wookie lovers and droid fanatics can be ready some time for his or her subsequent recent Star Wars online game repair. Right here’s hoping Star Wars: Hunters is as worthy of its license as its characters are cute.