The doctrine of Star Wars is inexhaustible, and Disney and many other studios have understood this. Movies, series, animations and video games … The license has never been so active in exploiting everything there is to exploit. Projects continue to flourish, as we saw on the occasion Star Wars partya moment always awaited by fans.
During these four-day conventions, no less than eight announcements were announced, including four new projects. If the latest films have not achieved the expected success as the one dedicated to Han Solo, Disney is betting on live-action series via Disney + such as The Mandalorian or the latest one dedicated to Obi-wan Kenobi, which already seems to be a success.
Thereby, four new Star Wars series including an animated series have been added to the catalog. 2023 promises to be an even richer year for the star saga. In fact, we will discover the beginning of the uprising and the career of Cassian Andor, a rebel agent who already met in the movie Rogue One: A Star Wars Story to join him in Star Wars: Andor from 31 August 2022. Star Wars: Ahsoka will tell the tales of Ashoka Tano, former padawan of Anakin Skywalker. The series seems to be picking up speed right after the Star Wars Rebels epilogue. It is not over due to Star Wars: Skeleton Crewmeanwhile, will tell the story of a group of young children who have been lost in this vast universe and are trying to return home.
A new animated series expands the catalog for the autumn. Miniseries in six episodes, Star Wars: Tales of the Jedi will tell three moments in the life of Ahsoka Tanos and Count Dook. Without forgetting season 3 of The Mandalorian scheduled for February 2023, season 2 of the anthology series Star Wars: Visions which returns during the spring of 2023 and also another season for Star Wars: The Bad Batch where we find Clone Force 99.
You have certainly understood it: 2023 promises to be a 100% Star Wars year. But then on the video game side? Electronic Arts has formalized the direct sequel to Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order with new pictures. baptized Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, we will therefore find Cal Kestis trying to be one step ahead of the empire as he begins to feel the weight of being one of the last remaining Jedi. Accompanied by his faithful droid companion BD-1, our hero will team up with a series of characters, each more interesting than the next.
“Star Wars Jedi: Survivor will expand the series’ dynamic combat in new and innovative ways. To survive, Cal must learn new skills and develop his connection to the Force.”
This second opus will only be available on PS5, Xbox Series and PC. Respawn Enternainment, behind the project, preferred to skip PS4 and Xbox One to focus on the quality of the experience. Scheduled for 2023no doubt that by that time several next-generation consoles will be sold. Stig Asmussen is at the helm again. The former director of God of War has also briefly returned to the game’s technology and the possibilities that the new consoles offer during an interview given to Star Wars’ official site.
“The most important thing for me is Ray Tracing or lighting. This allowed us to work on the lighting in real time, with fidelity far beyond what we had been able to produce before. – Stig Asmussengame director.
If Ray Tracing is important to him and so much the more interesting as it allows for movie results, he is also interested in some benefits of the new consoles, including the PS5, which has a haptic system on the controllers, which he finds very interesting. We’ll see if this adds something to the gaming experience in a few months more. Patients, we must be.