Rumor: First trailer for Visceral’s Star Wars game to debut at Star Wars Celebration

We'll also learn more about Battlefront 2's campaign.

Ever since Disney acquired the rights to Star Wars, they've been carefully looking at how to approach the brand in all entertainment mediums. For the last few years, it's been hard to tell with how the company will approach the video game aspect of Star Wars. They've given control to EA who have assigned multiple projects to a number of studios like DICE, Respawn, and Visceral but only one game has released so far.

Last year, we were given a brief glimpse at what all the other studios are doing with Star Wars but it still remained mostly unclear with what they are making. Perhaps the most interesting project in development right now is Visceral's. It has former Uncharted writer Amy Hennig penning the script and the team behind one of the best survival horror franchises is making the rest of it all come together. No one really knows what it's about, but it looks as if it might blend Uncharted with Star Wars based off concept art and a VERY short glimpse at the game running in-engine.

According to some new rumors, it sounds like we may get our first trailer and details for the game at the upcoming Star Wars Celebration event which is also rumored to hold the first trailer for Star Wars: The Last Jedi. The rumors come from Jordan Maison from Cinelinx who also leaked that there would be Rogue One DLC for Star Wars: Battlefront.

Maison also mentioned that the primary focus of the gaming panel will be on Battlefront 2's campaign. The 2015 Star Wars: Battlefront was well received by many due to it's authentic Star Wars feel, but many fans felt that it was missing a fully-fleshed out campaign mode. EA has promised a campaign mode will be included in the sequel due out this year, but has yet to mention anything else about it.

Another source backed up Maison's claims about Battlefront 2 and stated that they'll be saving the multiplayer for E3.

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