Hey, if you really like Star Wars, you’re in for something awesome! Right now, there are lots of new Star Wars TV shows you can watch on Disney Plus. And guess what? They’re also getting ready to release some really exciting Star Wars movies soon.
But that’s not all! Many different companies are making Star Wars video games now, not just EA. After the success of “Star Wars Jedi: Survivor,” we’re getting ready to go on a big adventure in the galaxy’s criminal underworld with a game made by Ubisoft Massive.
This is a big deal because it’s the first time Ubisoft Massive is making a game in George Lucas’ amazing sci-fi world, and it’s going to be a super cool experience! Disney is planning to make lots of Star Wars video games, not just one.
They want to release a big one every year, along with some smaller ones. One of these games is being made by Respawn Entertainment, and it’s a follow-up to Jedi: Survivor. In this article, you can find out everything we know about the Star Wars Outlaws.
Star Wars Outlaws Release Date
Star Wars Outlaws is planned to come out in 2024. You can play it on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, and PC (Windows). But the company Ubisoft and Massive Entertainment, haven’t said exactly when in 2024 it will be out. This isn’t unexpected because another game they’re working on, Avatar: Frontier of Pandora, was delayed by a year from 2022 to late 2023.
Star Wars Outlaws Trailer
In this two-and-a-half-minute video, we get to see a different side of the Star Wars universe. It takes us to a busy and morally uncertain place that we haven’t explored much in previous Star Wars stories.
After the first Star Wars Outlaws trailer, they showed another one during Ubisoft Forward. This time, they didn’t just show fancy movie-like scenes, but they showed more of the actual game in action.
In the ten-minute gameplay trailer, they showed how you can play the game while walking around and also when flying. They showed fighting in the game, and they also highlighted how sneaky you can be in some parts of the game, especially at the beginning of the trailer.
Star Wars Outlaws Gameplay
Star Wars Outlaws is a new Star Wars game that lets you explore a huge world freely. It’s the first game in the series to make you feel like you’re in a big open world like modern games. Because it’s made for the latest game consoles (which are very powerful), you can smoothly go from exploring planets to having exciting space battles.
Star Wars Outlaws is a lot like those regular action-adventure games you’ve played before. It’s similar to other games made by a company called Massive. They really like making parts of the game where you hide behind things and shoot your enemies.
Plus, they add some cool gadgets you can use. But in this game, you can also sneak around quietly because the main character, Kay, is a sneaky person. She has a cute friend named Nix who can help her sneak around even better.
Star Wars Outlaws Story
Star Wars Outlaws happens at the same time as The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi. It’s another Star Wars game during the Galactic Civil War, but it’s going to explore that time even more.
During this time, the Empire was pretty strong, but there was a group called the Rebel Alliance that was giving Emperor Palpatine a hard time because he was not a very nice ruler. At the same time, some bad guys are trying to make a lot of money from all the problems happening in the galaxy, like unfairness and confusion.
That’s where Kay Vess, played by Humberly Gonzalez, comes into the picture. She’s a bit of a troublemaker who wants to be free and start a fresh life. She’s got a friend named Nix and a reprogrammed robot soldier called ND-5 to help her out.
In the Star Wars Outlaws video game, there are different groups of bad guys and other teams that fans of Star Wars know about. Some of them are the Pyke Syndicate, who are really dangerous, and some alien dealers who are not very trustworthy.
The main character, Kay, will go to famous planets like Tatooine, Cantonica, and Kijimi, but there will also be new places you’ve never seen before, like Akiva (from the Star Wars: Aftermath books) and Toshara.
Star Wars Outlaws System Requirements
Minimum System Requirements
|Graphics Card||NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060|
|CPU||Intel Core i5-4690K|
|Operating System||Windows 10|
Recommended System Requirements
|Graphics Card||NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070|
|CPU||Intel Core i7-6700K|
|Operating System||Windows 11 (or equivalent)|