- Star Wars Battlefront 3 may be in development, suggests an end-user license agreement found on Steam.
- The game’s EULA teases a “classic” mode which could potentially provide gameplay like Star Wars Battlefront 2.
- However, some may be concerned that the game will be as controversial as Star Wars Battlefront 2 which was criticized for its loot boxes.
A report by DSOGaming reveals than an end-user license agreement, or EULA, for Star Wars Battlefront 3 has popped up on Steam. The EULA reads:
Haze Studios, Free Radical Design, Lucasfilm, Disney are the owners of the copyright of this STAR WARS Battlefront III (Classic, 2019).
Star Wars Battlefront 3 Won’t Be a Star Wars Battlefront 2 Sequel
If this Star Wars Battlefront 3 is going to be released, the game is likely to be a completed version of a cancelled title and not a sequel to 2017’s Star Wars Battlefront 2. Free Radical Design, which was later renamed to Crytek UK and closed down in 2014, was developing Star Wars Battlefront 3 before that project was cancelled between 2008 to 2009.
It’s unclear what the “Classic, 2019” mode could be. The game could feature gameplay like the original Star Wars Battlefront titles, which were released in 2004 and 2005 but there doesn’t seem to be any reason why this mode would say 2019 and not 2004 or 2005.
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