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Wednesday, 31 October 2007 14:16

Lucas Arts and Bioware working on new game

Written by Slobodan Simic

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KOTOR 3 or something new?

 

Lucas Arts and Bioware confirmed that they are working on a new and yet unannounced title.

There is no information about the game, but rumors are split between Knights of the Old Republic 3 RPG and a new Star Wars themed MMO. Lucas Arts President, Jim Ward, stated that Biowar has an impressive ability to blend gripping stories with technological advancements and that its upcoming product will "...deliver an experience that will span the traditional boundaries of video game entertainment."

Bioware is already working on an unknown MMORPG which was the key factor in EA's decision to buy this developer. New MMO or KOTOR 3, you can choose which rumor you prefer.


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