Quantic Dream is a French game developer founded by David Cage, known for his high-level narrative games, such as Heavy rain, Beyond two souls, and Detroit: become human. The games receive divisional reactions fairly regularly, but still attract a lot of fans. And according to a report by industry insider Tom Henderson at DualShockers, Quantic Dream has developed a Star wars game in the last 18 months.
Quantic Dream struck a deal with Sony in 2018 to release three console exclusives on PlayStation, and since then the company has explored its options. Recently, on September 16, French YouTuber Gautoz claimed that Quantic would “sign with Disney,” but Henderson’s report goes much further. Henderson has a source who provided “overwhelming evidence” of an association with Quantic Dream, and this source claims the developer has been working on a Star wars game in the last 18 months.
The extent of development during those 18 months is unknown – it is possible that the game is still in the early stages of development, and apparently rumors from the French game development community suggest that the game has only entered recently in “full” development. Based on this information, it might be some time before Quantic Dream and Lucasfilm Games make a Star wars game announcement.
Lucasfilm Games has been busy announcing Star wars projects with various developers since the conclusion of the Electronic Arts exclusive agreement, such as that of Zynga Star Wars: Hunters for Nintendo Switch and mobile, Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic – Remake Aspyr for PlayStation 5 and PC, and an open world game with Massive Entertainment from Ubisoft. There is also Indiana Jones at MachineGames.