Future Star Wars Rpg;

Future Star Wars Rpg;

Future Star Wars Rpg


The future of gaming is still uncertain, but there’s no sign of the sci-fi genre slowing down. It’s evolved more rapidly in the last ten years than any other format, and it’s no sign of stopping. With that in mind, I’d like to introduce you to my game, ‘Future Star Wars’.


This is a community for friendly discussion about Fantasy Flight Games' Star Wars RPG. This system began with the release of the beta Edge of the Empire rulebook in 2012, and it's since blossomed into full fantasticness with three core rulebooks, four beginner's boxes, and over a dozen adventures and sourcebooks. Come talk about space milk and vibrofish with us!

Since the 1980s there have been multiple versions of the Star Wars tabletop RPG (TTRPG), including a d20-based design by Dungeons & Dragons publisher Wizards of the Coast. The latest version rolled out in 2012 with Star Wars: Edge of the Empire. That was followed up by Star Wars: Age of Rebellion and Star Wars: Force and Destiny, which helped refocus the game on different parts of the cinematic timeline. (Source: www.polygon.com)


"Star Wars has always been one of my favorite settings, ever since I was a kid," he said in the press release. "I loved my time working on the game lines Edge of the Empire, Age of Rebellion, and Force and Destiny. Now, with Edge, I'm really thrilled to have a chance to try something new! I hope we can create something fresh for our fans, while at the same time creating something that is going to awaken the same passion for Star Wars in a new generation that I felt growing up."

In April 2013, Lucasfilm announced the closure of LucasArts, its game development division. Disney, the then new owner of Lucasfilm, had no business being in the AAA game development. Thus, the decision was made to shatter the decades old LucasArts, formerly known as Lucasfilm games. Future Star Wars games, outside of casual titles, would be developed by Electronic Arts (EA). That deal gave EA the exclusive access to the IP, meaning no one else would get a license. No non EA-game would be set in the extensive Star Wars universe at least until 2024. (Source: www.notebookcheck.net)



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