With the launch of Anthem forthcoming, the continued help of Star Wars: The Previous Republic, and the premise of different IPs akin to Dragon Age and Mass Impact, many BioWare followers could also be questioning whether or not we’ll ever get Knights of the Previous Republic three. In any case, the primary Knights of the Previous Republic and its sequel had been well-received by followers, with the legacy of Revan being a relentless level of dialogue within the Star Wars fandom in the present day.
Though it could be one of the vital desired follow-ups in gaming historical past, followers shouldn’t maintain their breath. In a current interview, BioWare normal supervisor Casey Hudson was requested if the studio would ever proceed its Star Wars sequence past The Previous Republic, however he made it clear that different initiatives, akin to Anthem, took precedence.
Hudson acknowledged that almost all of BioWare was ensuring Anthem was prepared for launch, stating it was “tremendous vital” the corporate bought it proper for its followers, but it surely did have smaller teams engaged on different initiatives. Specifically, he had groups engaged on what the subsequent Dragon Age will appear like, and groups supporting The Previous Republic. He additional implied that doing one other Star Wars sport proper would require nearly all of the studio, even one as massive as BioWare.
In the identical interview, Hudson expressed curiosity within the subsequent Dragon Age and Mass Impact, calling the latter franchise his “child.” Whereas he stopped wanting revealing what was subsequent for BioWare, it received’t seemingly be a Star Wars sport with the variety of initiatives the studio has happening. For these desirous to play extra BioWare titles, it’s value mentioning the studio is attention-grabbing in growing smaller video games, which can be one other indicator that Star Wars: Knights of the Previous Republic three isn’t within the works.
Whereas there’ll all the time be players clamoring for a follow-up to Revan’s legacy, it appears Anthem is the main focus for now, and one other BioWare IP might comply with go well with. Contemplating that Anthem‘s end-game content material is vital to BioWare, it’s more likely to get plenty of post-launch help, that means BioWare might not have the assets to dedicate to a different Star Wars sport any time quickly.
Anthem releases February 22, 2019, for PC, PlayStation four, and Xbox One.
Supply: Sport Informer