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Star Wars 1313

Star Wars 1313 is a cancelled action-adventure video game that was under development by LucasArts. The game would take a more mature, gritty direction compared to past Star Wars video games and, like 2002's Star Wars: Bounty Hunter, would emphasize fast-paced gadget and weapon-based combat using tools exclusive to bounty hunters rather than Force- and lightsaber-based combat.

On April 3, 2013, it was announced that The Walt Disney Company had ceased internal development of all LucasArts projects, including Star Wars 1313. A LucasArts representative indicated that the game may be revived through a licensing deal with an outside studio, but until then Star Wars 1313 remains on hold.

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Star Wars 1313 was supposed to revolve around Boba Fett in his early adulthood, navigating past the scum of civilization in an underground area of Coruscant known as Level 1313 (pronounced: "thirteen-thirteen").

While being developed in-house by LucasArts, Star Wars 1313 was undergoing an integrated development approach that involved Industrial Light & Magic, Lucasfilm Animation and Skywalker Sound. The game's title was trademarked in May 2012, and the game was announced later that month by LucasArts. The game was officially revealed at E3 2012 the following month. Spike TV broadcast a sneak peek on June 4 that showed exclusive gameplay footage.

It was being developed on top of Unreal Engine 3, as shown in the latest Developer Diary called "Descent to the Underworld". The diary video shows the game running in 64-bit mode with the Direct3D 11 rendering path.

On March 1, 2013, it was reported that the game had been "on hold" ever since The Walt Disney Company's purchase of Lucasfilm. However, a LucasArts representative reported that Star Wars 1313 was continuing production.

On April 3, 2013, it was announced that The Walt Disney Company had ceased internal development at LucasArts and laid off its staff, except a skeleton crew of less than 10 employees which would allow LucasArts to remain open as a licensor. As a result, all projects were shut down, including Star Wars 1313. A Lucasfilm representative stated: "After evaluating our position in the games market, we’ve decided to shift LucasArts from an internal development to a licensing model, minimizing the company's risk while achieving a broader portfolio of quality Star Wars games. As a result of this change, we've had layoffs across the organization." It is possible that Star Wars 1313 may resume development by an external developer, but until that happens Star Wars 1313 remains shelved. Following the halting of internal development at LucasArts, Disney announced an exclusive deal with Electronic Arts to produce Star Wars games for the core gaming market. However, Disney Interactive Studios retained the ability to develop, and LucasArts retained the ability to license the franchise for the casual gaming market. When asked whether Electronic Arts would continue Star Wars 1313 and Star Wars: First Assault, a representative for the company stated, "We are not announcing any specific titles at this time."

In September 2013, while speaking at the British Academy of Film and Television Arts, Lucasfilm chief technology strategy officer Kim Libreri demonstrated a video of motion capture being processed in real-time by the Star Wars 1313 engine and its assets. Using the game's capacities as an example, Libreri suggested that cinematic post-processing might eventually be supplemented or superseded by rendering technologies developed for video games.

Disney chose not to renew the trademark for Star Wars 1313 in the beginning of 2014, resulting in the United States Patent and Trademark Office considering the trademark abandoned.

In a December 2015 interview with /Film, Lucasfilm head Kathleen Kennedy stated the concept art for the game was "gold" and that it was "something we’re spending a lot of time looking at, poring through, discussing, and we may very well develop those things further."

Level 1313 appears in more recent Star Wars media such as The Clone Wars, in which it is visited by Ahsoka Tano, and Star Wars Adventures: Return to Vader's Castle.

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Star Wars 1313
Star Wars 1313 Language Watch Edit Star Wars 1313 is a cancelled 3 action adventure video game that was under development by LucasArts 4 The game would take a more mature gritty direction compared to past Star Wars video games and like 2002 s Star Wars Bounty Hunter would emphasize fast paced gadget and weapon based combat using tools exclusive to bounty hunters rather than Force and lightsaber based combat 5 6 7 Star Wars 1313Developer s LucasArtsPublisher s LucasArtsDirector s Dominic Robilliard 1 Designer s Matthias Worch 2 EngineUnreal Engine 3Platform s Microsoft Windows PlayStation 4 Xbox OneReleaseUnreleasedGenre s Action adventure On April 3 2013 it was announced that The Walt Disney Company had ceased internal development of all LucasArts projects including Star Wars 1313 A LucasArts representative indicated that the game may be revived through a licensing deal with an outside studio but until then Star Wars 1313 remains on hold 8 Contents 1 Plot 2 Development 3 Legacy 4 See also 5 ReferencesPlot EditStar Wars 1313 was supposed to revolve around Boba Fett in his early adulthood 3 navigating past the scum of civilization in an underground area of Coruscant known as Level 1313 pronounced thirteen thirteen Development EditWhile being developed in house by LucasArts Star Wars 1313 was undergoing an integrated development approach that involved Industrial Light amp Magic Lucasfilm Animation and Skywalker Sound 4 The game s title was trademarked in May 2012 9 and the game was announced later that month by LucasArts The game was officially revealed at E3 2012 the following month 10 Spike TV broadcast a sneak peek on June 4 that showed exclusive gameplay footage It was being developed on top of Unreal Engine 3 as shown in the latest Developer Diary called Descent to the Underworld 11 The diary video shows the game running in 64 bit mode with the Direct3D 11 rendering path On March 1 2013 it was reported that the game had been on hold ever since The Walt Disney Company s purchase of Lucasfilm However a LucasArts representative reported that Star Wars 1313 was continuing production 12 On April 3 2013 it was announced that The Walt Disney Company had ceased internal development at LucasArts and laid off its staff except a skeleton crew of less than 10 employees which would allow LucasArts to remain open as a licensor 13 As a result all projects were shut down including Star Wars 1313 A Lucasfilm representative stated After evaluating our position in the games market we ve decided to shift LucasArts from an internal development to a licensing model minimizing the company s risk while achieving a broader portfolio of quality Star Wars games As a result of this change we ve had layoffs across the organization 8 It is possible that Star Wars 1313 may resume development by an external developer but until that happens Star Wars 1313 remains shelved 14 Following the halting of internal development at LucasArts Disney announced an exclusive deal with Electronic Arts to produce Star Wars games for the core gaming market However Disney Interactive Studios retained the ability to develop and LucasArts retained the ability to license the franchise for the casual gaming market 15 When asked whether Electronic Arts would continue Star Wars 1313 and Star Wars First Assault a representative for the company stated We are not announcing any specific titles at this time 16 In September 2013 while speaking at the British Academy of Film and Television Arts Lucasfilm chief technology strategy officer Kim Libreri demonstrated a video of motion capture being processed in real time by the Star Wars 1313 engine and its assets Using the game s capacities as an example Libreri suggested that cinematic post processing might eventually be supplemented or superseded by rendering technologies developed for video games 17 Disney chose not to renew the trademark for Star Wars 1313 in the beginning of 2014 resulting in the United States Patent and Trademark Office considering the trademark abandoned 18 In a December 2015 interview with Film Lucasfilm head Kathleen Kennedy stated the concept art for the game was gold and that it was something we re spending a lot of time looking at poring through discussing and we may very well develop those things further 19 Legacy EditLevel 1313 appears in more recent Star Wars media such as The Clone Wars in which it is visited by Ahsoka Tano 20 and Star Wars Adventures Return to Vader s Castle 21 See also EditStar Wars UnderworldReferences Edit Devore Jordan 2012 06 04 E3 This in game Star Wars 1313 footage is eye candy Destructoid Retrieved 2012 06 05 Ligman Kris Star Wars 1313 dev on talking to the player through design a b Before It Was Cancelled Star Wars 1313 Was Going To Be About Boba Fett Gawker com 2013 04 04 Retrieved 2016 06 16 a b LucasArts Drops Gamers into the Criminal Underworld with New Mature Themed Videogame Franchise Star Wars 1313 LucasArts com 2012 05 31 Retrieved 2012 06 05 Parker Laura 2012 05 31 Star Wars 1313 revealed E3 gamespot com Archived from the original on 2012 09 24 Retrieved 2012 06 05 Senior Tom 2012 06 01 Star Wars 1313 casts you as a bounty hunter in dark and mature new third person shooter PC Gamer Retrieved 2012 06 05 Cooper Hollander 2012 05 31 Star Wars 1313 revealed will put us in the boots of a bounty hunter GamesRadar Retrieved 2012 06 05 a b Sal Romano Disney shutters LucasArts Star Wars 1313 canceled Update Gematsu Retrieved 2013 04 03 Star Wars 1313 Tarr uspto gov Retrieved 2012 06 05 Anthony Gallegos May 31 2012 E3 2012 Star Wars 1313 Officially Announced Star Wars 1313 IGN com Archived from the original on 2012 09 24 Retrieved 2012 06 06 Developer Diary Descent to the Underworld GameTrailers 2012 08 23 Retrieved 2012 08 26 Brenna Hillier 1 March 2013 Star Wars 1313 continues production according to LucasArts VG24 7 Retrieved 2013 04 03 Disney to Shut LucasArts Videogame Unit The Wall Street Journal 2013 04 03 Retrieved 2013 04 18 Disney closing down LucasArts 3 News NZ April 4 2013 EA takes helm from LucasArts will exclusively develop future Star Wars games The Verge 6 May 2013 Retrieved 6 May 2013 EA Snags Exclusive Deal To Make Star Wars Games Kotaku 2013 04 04 Retrieved 2013 09 10 Bell Lee 20 September 2013 Lucasfilm will combine video games and movies to axe post production process The Inquirer Archived from the original on September 21 2013 Retrieved 21 September 2013 CS1 maint unfit URL link Engen Josh 16 January 2014 Disney Abandons Star Wars 1313 Trademark The Escapist Alloy Digital Retrieved 18 January 2014 George Lucas Star Wars TV Show amp 1313 Not Dead Film 2015 12 09 Retrieved 2021 07 25 Britt Ryan 20 March 2020 Clone Wars 1313 reference teases a possible bounty hunter s comeback Inverse Retrieved 26 April 2020 Spry Jeff 11 October 2019 Sneak peek Nightsister witch Asajj Ventress shines in IDW s Return to Vader s Castle 3 SyFy Wire Retrieved 26 April 2020 Retrieved from https en wikipedia org w 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