Ahead of an official EA announcement, Kotaku has gone forward with major Star Wars gaming news. The most troubled game in the EA and Star Wars deal, which was signed in 201
Little was known about the shape of "Ragtag" after it had been assigned tasks at EA Vancouver beyond the fact that its development shift included the departure of forms project lead Amy Hennig. Hennig did not confirm that that time whether that departure was voluntary. Reports about Visceral's demise included a sum of blame to go around, from issues with Hennig's leadership to constant shuffling of EA employees and assets dedicated to the game.
EA has remained mum on other Star Wars games in its portfolio, which, of press time, only includes a announced game in development from Titanfall creator Respawn Entertainment. That game, currently titled Jedi: Fallen Order received more than a lip-service mention at the studio's E3 2018 presentation, which confirmed that it will take place between the film series' Episode III and IV and will star "a surviving Padawan."