Star Wars Battlefront 3 may not be happening

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It’s totally attainable that Star Wars Battlefront 3, the sequel to probably the greatest Star Wars video games round, may not be happening in any case. With the discharge of Battlefield 2042 many Star Wars followers anticipated EA to go forward with DICE making a brand new Battlefront, however reportedly executives “shot down” that concept.

Star Wars Battlefront II was launched in 2017, simply two years after DICE’s first Battlefront game – to, let’s say, just a little controversy that modified how the world sees loot containers in video games without end. After a few years of free updates, Battlefront II grew to become a stable Star Wars multiplayer game that everybody needed to play as soon as it was free.

Many followers maybe assumed that EA and DICE have been engaged on Battlefront 3 however that may not be the case. Last yr, EA mentioned that the game that will turn out to be Battlefield 2042 was the main target for DICE over Star Wars, and Battlefront 2 artistic director Dennis Brännvall beforehand instructed us there wasn’t “the same hunger” for a sequel.

Now, in accordance with Battlefield leaker Tom Henderson, Battlefront 3 was “shot down by EA” on account of it being a licenced title. Furthermore, a number of main builders behind Battlefront II – together with Dennis Brännvall – have since left the corporate, making a sequel extremely unlikely. However, the excellent news is that Henderson says that there are “two Star Wars titles in development under EA”, that are possible single-player story video games as a substitute.

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It ought to be famous that this has not been confirmed by EA or DICE, and now we have reached out to EA for remark. Still, it appears attainable that Star Wars followers will get to play Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order 2 lengthy earlier than Battlefront 3. We’ve no concept why the galaxy hates the thought of Star Wars Battlefront attending to a 3rd game however at the very least there are extra Star Wars video games to come back, it appears.