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Rumor: Plot details on Visceral's Star Wars game leak

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Rumor: Details on Visceral's Star Wars game leak

It looks like some details on the upcoming Star Wars game from Visceral Games has leaked!

At the beginning of 2016, we were warned to temper our hype for Visceral Games' new Star Wars game, which was announced in 2015, as the game was still years away. Details on the upcoming game, helmed by Amy Hennig - the former creative director for the Uncharted series at Naughty Dog, have been light (we got a peek at the game once), but Visceral did spare some time to deny the game being an open-world RPG.

With all the silence around the game, there's a lot left unknown. It appears as though something on the game's plot has leaked - at least according to Making Star Wars (which has been down since the rumor began circling). Though the source has not been verified, it is being reported that actor/writer Todd Stashwick, who was supposed to be in Uncharted 4 prior to Hennig's departure from Naughty Dog, will be in the game.

"Todd Stashwick (12 Monkeys, The Riches, the Originals, Supernatural, Gotham and writer of Visceral’s Star Wars game) is playing “Dodger.” Dodger isn’t his real name. He was forced into the criminal underworld when he “dodged” the draft into Imperial service, leaving home on very bad terms. When he decided to run he became wanted by the Empire and basically went into hiding in the seedy underbelly of the galaxy. He learned to be charming and how to talk fast. However, his life got a lot worse after the destruction of his home world of Alderaan and he found himself on a wanted “survivors list” held by the Empire (a story idea which popped up in Marvel’s Leia comic series).

"When the Rebels blew up the Death Star, the Empire focused its retribution towards the outer rim where the “terrorists” that blew up the battle station originated from. This is bad for Dodger but also gives him opportunities to make money. The Empire’s new involvement with the outer rim shakes up the criminal underworld in interesting and threatening ways to Dodger and his compatriots. Friends begin to turn on one another and criminals become heroes willing to aid the rebels for the first time.

"Dodger is thrust into the story when he has the opportunity to work for Jabba the Hutt (more on that in a future update). The job will give Dodger the money he needs to buy himself off the list of Alderaanian survivors via corrupt Imperials. In the process Dodger finds something terrifying about what the Empire wants to do with the weapon that hits close to home and forces him to confront his past and the destruction of his home-world head on.

"Dodger is completely cable of taking care of himself and his foes. He’s armed with a light whip/grapple stick and a blaster. His signature move is to activate the light whip/grapple stick and ensnare his enemies with his left hand and then blast them into oblivion with the the pistol in his right hand. There are a lot of variants on these weapons which might mean they just conceptualized a lot of these things or there will be DLC and variants to obtain in game. Either way, he uses his “magic lasso” and his pistol to stop his enemies cold."

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