It’s been eight years since Disney effectively shut down Lucasarts, and since then development on Star Wars games has been helmed by EA. Lucasfilm has now announced that all Star Wars games will be brought under one banner: Lucasfilm Games. Though it doesn’t appear to be its own development studio — EA still has the exclusive licensing rights to Star Wars games until 2023 — the brand will collaborate with “with the finest studios across the industry” to create new Star Wars stories.
Per the announcement on starwars.com, “Lucasfilm Games is now the official identity for all gaming titles from Lucasfilm, a name that encompasses the company’s rich catalog of video games and its eye toward the future.”
The accompanying sizzle reel showcases games like Galaxy of Heroes, The Old Republic, Battlefront 2, Squadrons, Jedi: Fallen Order, and many more. We don’t know exactly what the future hold for the franchise just yet, but Disney has already announced Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga to be released later this year. With Jedi: Fallen Order passing 10 million players, you can bet that a sequel is probably in the works as well.
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order marked a turning point for the franchise as many of its predecessors from EA never quite got enough love from fans. Get ready for a new generation of Star Wars games on Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S.
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Lenovo’s new ThinkPad X1 Titanium Yoga 5G is ridiculously thin and light
What happens when you make a laptop out of titanium, carbon, and magnesium? You get the brand-new Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Titanium Yoga with optional 5G. It’s insanely light and thin but also uses a real Intel Core i7 processor. Did we mention it has a 3:2 display aspect, converts to a tablet, and supports inking? Here is what you need to know.
The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon and X1 Yoga get 16:10 displays, option for 5G
Lenovo has two top-rated premium laptops for enterprise: its ThinkPad X1 Carbon and ThinkPad X1 Yoga. Both are being updated for 2021 with Intel’s latest vPro processors. But it’s new features like a taller 16:10 display, 5G, and new Dolby Voice options have us excited. Here is when you get them.
This post was written by Jennifer Locke and was first posted to WindowsCentral
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