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Star Wars Eclipse Is Already Experiencing Growth Troubles

Star Wars Eclipse Is Already Experiencing Growth Troubles

Star Wars Eclipse Development

Quantic Dream’s upcoming action-adventure multiplayer title Star Wars: Eclipse is reportedly dealing with improvement troubles, simply weeks after its preliminary reveal at The Sport Awards 2021. Among the primary points reportedly revolve round hiring difficulties surrounding current allegations of sexual harassment at Quantic Dream. The studio can also be allegedly struggling to implement the multiplayer facet of the sport, as the sport’s engine isn’t designed for giant numbers of gamers or NPCs.

The data comes from outstanding business insider Tom Henderson, who beforehand reported that Star Wars: Eclipse wouldn’t launch for 4 extra years “at minimal”. In response to Henderson, Star Wars: Eclipse initially began as “Mission Karma” which Sony rejected in favor of Detroit: Turn into Human. Quantic Dream later pitched an analogous interplanetary journey sport to Lucasfilm utilizing the identical belongings.

Lucasfilm and Disney finally determined to take up Quantic Dream on the supply, but it surely apparently hasn’t gone so easily. Star Wars: Eclipse is reportedly already 18 months in improvement however presently has no playable model.

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That isn’t precisely a dying sentence, after all, however with current allegations of sexual harassment and office abuse on the Paris-based studio, Quantic Dream is outwardly struggling to seek out employees to work on the venture. The allegations additionally threw a wrench into the studio’s plans of promoting itself to potential consumers — one thing that was supposed to supply Quantic Dream with the sources to additional develop its inner engine.

[Source: ResetEra, Tom Henderson]



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