Why your favorite devs (probably) don’t want to make a Star Wars game
EA recently canceled an open-world Star Wars game that was being developed at its Vancouver studio, and commentators are pissed. Rogue One screenwriter Gary Whitta, who has also worked on the creative side of games development, blasted EA on Kinda Funny Games Daily. YouTube games pundit and former Destructoid editor Jim Sterling said EA should lose the Star Wars license. Kotaku wrote an explainer about EA’s troubles finishing Star Wars games.