Disney’s annual D23 showcase begins later today, with a full showcase dedicated to new Marvel and Star Wars video games – including LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga.
This year’s biggest House of Mouse event will cover everything from Marvel, Lucasfilm and Pixar over three panel days, September 9-11, in Anaheim, California. Cependant, vous n’aurez pas besoin d’être au sol pour tout, car Disney diffuse en direct certains panels pendant le week-end, y compris celui de ce soir Disney et Marvel vitrine de jeux, qui starts à 9 heures, heure du United kingdom.
Along with some sort of update on LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga, the panel will likely include news of a number of video games that have already been revealed, as well as possible initial looks at a few still in the early stages of development. – And maybe even announcements of new projects. While we don’t yet know for sure what games will be shown, here’s a quick look at some of the biggest names we can expect (or hope) to see…
5 – Ubisoft Star Wars Open World Game
With the Star Wars video game license released from EA restrictions, other major publishers have rushed into a galaxy far, far away — including Ubisoft, which is developing a mysterious open-world title. Not much has been revealed about the project since it was first announced in 2021, and while we’re not holding our breath for any news on the D23, we’re not ruling it out just yet.
4 – Marvel’s Avengers
The live-service superhero game from Square Enix and Crystal Dynamics has had a solid reception since their 2020 release, but studios have shown consistent (albeit sluggish) support. The next update will add Bucky Barnes (or Winter Soldier), but we don’t know when that will happen yet. The company’s launch date—and a preview of the game’s all-new content—could be on the cards at D23.
3 – Star Wars Jedi: Survivor
The highly anticipated sequel to Respawn Entertainment’s Jedi: Fallen Order was first revealed at Star Wars Celebration earlier this year and is set to hit consoles in March 2023.” Until the end of 2022, so D23 looks like a perfect opportunity to give us our first A look at the gameplay in the sequel.
2 – All-new Marvel game
Amy Hennig—creator of the popular Naughty Dogarted series Unch—is currently working on the hit Marvel action-adventure game, rumored to focus on Captain America and Black Panther during World War II. Disney promised to get a first look at the title during the video game show, so we won’t have to wait long to see if these rumors are true.
1 – LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga
Disney has already confirmed that it will be announcing something new for LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga at D23, but details beyond that are scarce at this point. We might look at more downloadable content, like new character packs for Obi-Wan Kenobi or Andor, or maybe even level packs for one of the series’ spin-offs, but we’ll find out later in the game.
All of these titles could help shape the future LEGO Marvel and Star Wars portfolio in some way, as both themes were drawn to video games of the past. We have superhero groups indirectly inspired by Marvel’s Avengers, for example, as this summer the LEGO Star Wars group finally embraced Jedi: Fallen Order with 75335 BD-1s. With that in mind, we wouldn’t be surprised to see sequel sets in 2023…
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