LucasArts and Unreal Engine 3

April 26, 2011 at 12:53 pm | Posted in Star Wars News, Video Games | 1 Comment

It was announced today that LucasArts has signed a licensing agreement with Epic Games in order to utilize the Unreal Engine 3 for multiple projects. The “long-term” agreement doesn’t offer any details of what projects we can expect, and there was no mention of any Star Wars games that would be utilizing the new game engine. That said, I’m going to wildly speculate that Star Wars Battlefront III is going to be redeveloped utilizing Unreal Engine 3. Though it’s possible we could see The Force Unleashed III, I think it’s more likely that LucasArts would take advantage of rebooting the Battlefront franchise, adding new content from The Clone War series.

What game would you like to see LucasArts make with Unreal Engine 3?

Posted By: Skuldren

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  1. How would you honor Whales in a Lucas Art film, who have been senselessly slaughtered in some wild attempt to eradicate the species. Maybe you could see a person falling back on a chair and imagine this to be like some red gear stick you pull back on as you enter into warp speed and picture life as a whale inside a human head. They might have some way of casting divine warnings greater than the average omen capable of directing people away from creating the big swell and making major mistakes that are open to dispute, but endevour to fortell using the secret signs revealed in the Lucas Art films of the dangers people engage themselves in by being irrasponsible. But it wouldn’t be the Aztecs – it would have to be the Mayons. AWA might be like a secret symbol that denotes the transmission towers either side of Australia that allows these whales to speak with their other species as you relay their cries for help warning people not to kill – as a serviette ( ET ) might have been a Napoleonic warning about life in other galaxies and if God is some eternal life system that could in some way be compared to a spider, using his UV vision, such as a sun or many suns, that might in some way be like a giant eye balls, he might imgine you on another planetary system where you are at the mercy of scampers

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