Quantic Dream co-CEO Guillaume de Fondomière said that Star Wars Eclipse will retain fundamental features of the studio's games.
According to him, with each project, the authors try to use innovations and learn something new, but the classic elements for QD in this case will remain in place. We are talking about the participation in the story of several characters, whose characters will be decorated very, very detailed.
In addition, the characters will be able to change during the story, based on the actions and choices of the player. Apparently, the project may have several options for the development of history.
At the same time, Fondomier noted that Eclipse still differs from the standard formula of past studio projects, because this time the authors will place much more emphasis on action elements. Details on this will be announced in the future. In theory, we can assume that the game will not have a QTE.
Fondomier and David Cage immediately agreed to take on Eclipse, as they had been fans of the universe since childhood, and with this game they wanted to add a completely new and original story to the franchise.
Its action, we recall, will unfold during the heyday of the Republic - 200-300 years before the events of the first episode of the saga. The game does not have an exact release date.