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Star Wars Outlaws won’t have multiple endings

star wars outlaws won't have multiple endings

Star Wars Outlaws is a new open world action game from the creators of The Division.

Star Wars Outlaws won't have multiple endings
Kay is the protagonist of Star Wars Outlaws

Star Wars Outlaws is Ubisoft’s new bet on George Lucas’s space universe, and it aims to be quite a open world action adventure of which the French company has accustomed us, although not as long as the last Assassin’s Creed, and they have revealed that it is a closed storyso there is no waiting various endings based on the decisions that the player can make throughout the game.

This proposal will come from the hands of Ubisoft Massive, creators of the also open world game, Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora, which arrives later this year. For Star Wars Outlaws we will have to wait a little longer, but the company continues to reveal new details of its proposal.

A new history of the Star Wars universe

Throughout the history of Star Wars Outlaws, players will be able to make some decisionsbut the creators of the game have revealed, that they will only affect the reputation of our protagonist and not to the plot of the game itself.


“For us and Lucasfilm Games it’s all about authenticity, and we need to make sure Kay’s story fits within the larger Star Wars galaxy, so we felt the ending itself had certain key points that I had to achieve“, explains the game’s narrative director, Navid Khavari (via Gamesradar). “Variation comes through the reputation system, so each player will have a different profile of their reputation with different unions throughout the game, and you’ll see how it unfolds throughout the story.”

Despite not having a direct impact on the main plot and its ending, these decisions, the development team previously confirmed, will have an impact on the world around you and Kay’s relationship with the other factions in the game.

There’s no concrete release date for Star Wars Outlaws yet, but we do know that It will arrive in 2024 on PS5, Xbox Series X | S and PC.


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