A fresh leak has provided the probable plot and the first-ever appearance of a brand-new race in the Star Wars Eclipse. In contrast to other Quantic Dream games, the upcoming Star Wars Eclipse will play differently, favoring action-oriented gameplay over the interactive storyline with a strong focus on the plot that the French studio is renowned for.
Here is all the information we currently have on the Star War Eclipse, including the game’s release date, story, and more.
Star War Eclipse expected release date
Fans have been wowed by the Star Wars Eclipse trailer at The Game Awards 2021, and many expressed enthusiasm to play this game. Players have since asked when it would be released, though there’s no official release date confirmed so far.
Star War Eclipse is currently in its development phase. Although a more recent report from Tom Henderson offered additional details, suggesting that players may have to wait at least five years, supplied more information. Therefore, gamers shouldn’t anticipate its release before 2026–2027.
Leaks suggest that Star War Eclipse will feature a new race and has a political conflict story
Moriarty revealed in his recent Sacred Symbols podcast that he has seen “documents” referring to the game as “Project S” and stating that the main character is named Sarah. According to him, Sarah is in her 30s and belongs to a race that resembles humans and has an empire called The Zaaran, which is brand-new to the Star Wars world.
He notes a number of new aspects, such as the inclusion of a brand-new race and the emphasis on political conflict.
Moriarty revealed some more things about the game’s main focus and its storyline saying “when Zaraan marries, their nuptials hold fascinating military implications as they form one ruling body that works together.
He added, “This is a problem since Sarah, a passionate adherent of the brutality and crime often displayed by her kingdom is wed to a persona by the name of Xendo, who has a much kinder disposition. These two characters’ interactions with one another appear to be a significant aspect of the game.”
Moreover, David Cage and Adam Williams, who previously collaborated on Detroit: Become Human, are contributing to the game’s writing.