Upcoming Star Wars games: Every new Star Wars game announced so far

Star Wars Outlaws main characters ND-5, Kay Vess, and Nix standing next to each other
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There are lots of exciting upcoming Star Wars games set to come our way, so fans of a galaxy far, far away can truly rejoice. After we saw the release Star Wars Jedi: Survivor this year, which is the sequel to one of the best Star Wars games around, we also got the first official reveal of Star Wars: Outlaws, which has quickly become one of the most anticipated upcoming Ubisoft games from Massive Entertainment. 

With plenty of projects in the works that will take on adventures throughout the Star Wars timeline, we can expect to see a variety of different experiences across genres that come to us from a host of developers. If you're looking to get a refresh of everything that's in store when it comes to new games that will be set in the Star Wars Universe, you've come to the right place. Below, we've gather together all of the upcoming Star Wars games that have been announced so far, so you can keep track. 

Star Wars: Hunters

Star Wars: Hunters

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Release date: TBC 2023
Platform(s): Nintendo Switch, Android, iOS 

Star Wars: Hunters is a new team-based multiplayer game coming to mobile and Switch. Made by developer Zynga and Lucasfilm Games, Star Wars: Hunters takes place after the fall of the Galactic Empire, with a cast of new characters you'll be able to choose from as you join squads and take on multiplayer battles in various settings inspired by "iconic" Star Wars locations. Some of the characters you can choose to fight as in the upcoming arena-combat game include the likes of Rebels, Stormtroopers, and bounty hunters. A panel during the Star Wars Celebration 2022 event also revealed that every character will have backstories and set dynamics with other characters. Star Wars: Hunters was originally set to launch sometime in 2022 before being pushed back to release sometime in 2023. 

Star Wars Outlaws

Star Wars Outlaws trailer shots

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Release date: 2024
Platform(s): PC, PS5, Xbox Series X

Ubisoft revealed Star Wars Outlaws at the Xbox Games Showcase 2023. This brand new Star Wars adventure is coming from Ubisoft Massive, the studio behind The Division and Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora. This open world Star Wars game is set to arrive in 2024 and our first look at it was incredibly impressive, showcasing a grimier look at the Galaxy Far, Far away than we're typically accustomed to seeing. Interestingly, it also appears to be set during the original trilogy! Ubisoft says we should get a full look at gameplay at the Ubisoft Forward 2023 on June 12. 

Respawn's Star Wars FPS

Star Wars games

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Release date: TBC
Platform(s): TBC 

As well as continuing on the Star Wars Jedi series with Survivor, Respawn is also currently working on an as yet untitled Star Wars first-person shooter. Respawn game director Peter Hirschmann is leading the development of the project, which was first revealed in January 2022. Hirschmann is no stranger to the Star Wars franchise in the gaming space, having previous experience working on the original Star Wars Battlefront games, as well as Star Wars: The Force Unleashed. At the time of the announcement, work had only "just begun" on the title, so it'll likely be some time before we get a solid release date or learn more details about the game. Still, given that Jedi: Survivor is current-gen, it does seem like a safe bet to assume we'll see this new experience land on the latest consoles. 

Respawn's Star Wars strategy game 

Release date: TBC
Platform(s): TBC 

If an FPS and another step in the Star Wars Jedi series wasn't enough, Respawn kept the surprises coming with the announcement of a Star Wars strategy game. Revealed alongside the first-person shooter, the untitled Star Wars strategy game is currently being developed through a "production collaboration" with freshly established studio Bit Reactor. Respawn will be producing the project, while Bit Reactor leads its development. The new studio is being led by veteran developer Greg Foertsch, who previously worked at Firaxis on Sid Meisner's Civilization series – among others. Very little has been revealed about the project so far, so the release date is still likely to be a ways off. 

Star Wars: Eclipse

Star Wars: Eclipse screenshots

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Release date: TBC
Platform(s): TBC

First announced during the Game Awards 2021, Star Wars Eclipse is a new action-adventure from Heavy Rain and Detroit: Become Human developer Quantic Dream and Lucasfilm Games. Described as a branching narrative game, Eclipse takes place in the High Republic Era in an "uncharted region of the Outer Rim". With new faces and environments, you'll be experiencing its story through the eyes of an ensemble cast of playable characters who are all said to have their own personalities and motivations, and will each make their own impact on each other and the adventure overall. When it was first announced, it was said to be in the early stages of development, and it may still be some time before Eclipse arrives. And while it has not yet been confirmed, it seems likely that it will land on PS5 and Xbox Series X/S when it does. 

Knights of the Old Republic remake 

Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic Remake

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Release date: TBC
Platform(s): PS5, PC

The Knights of the Old Republic remake is set to deliver a new version of the much-loved RPG from 2003 to PS5 and PC. First revealed during the PlayStation 2021 Showcase, we got our very first look at a revamped Darth Raven who was a customizable protagonist in the original game. The remake is coming from Aspyr and Lucasfilm Games, the former of which has previously worked on several remasters of previous Star Wars games, including Jedi Knight 2: Jedi Outcast. With only a brief teaser revealed so far, we don't yet have a release date, and a recent report from Bloomberg claimed the project has been delayed indefinitely. The original game from BioWare allowed you to shape your own journey in the galaxy as one of nine different customizable characters, with plenty of choice and freedom. While we wait for an update on the game's development, we can't help but wonder how it might shape up. 

Amy Hennig's Star Wars game

Star Wars game

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Release date: TBC
Platform(s): TBC

An as yet untitled Star Wars games is also currently in the works from Skydance New Media. In collaboration with Lucasfilm Games, veteran writer and director Amy Hennig will be at the helm of the studio, who's well known for previously working on big hits such as Uncharted and Jak and Daxter. The new Star Wars game is described as a narrative-driven action-adventure, and while not much else has been revealed about the project, a report suggests it could well be a revival of a prior Star Wars project that was ultimately shuttered. While still unconfirmed, a leak pointed towards it bringing back Project Ratag, a game set during the Rebel Alliance era that was once in development at EA studio Visceral. The project is still likely quite a ways off, but we certainly can't wait to learn more. 

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Heather Wald
Senior staff writer

I started out writing for the games section of a student-run website as an undergrad, and continued to write about games in my free time during retail and temp jobs for a number of years. Eventually, I earned an MA in magazine journalism at Cardiff University, and soon after got my first official role in the industry as a content editor for Stuff magazine. After writing about all things tech and games-related, I then did a brief stint as a freelancer before I landed my role as a staff writer here at GamesRadar+. Now I get to write features, previews, and reviews, and when I'm not doing that, you can usually find me lost in any one of the Dragon Age or Mass Effect games, tucking into another delightful indie, or drinking far too much tea for my own good. 

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