Star Wars Outlaws: Kay Vess with Nix on her shoulders and a large sun behind them.

Star Wars Outlaws Rumored to Have Been Delayed by Ubisoft

There’s a possibility that the upcoming Star Wars Outlaws may be delayed until the next fiscal year. That’s according to a recent financial report from Ubisoft, which refers to a “large game” having its release date pushed back.

Ubisoft report could refer to the open-world Star Wars game

You can read the full report over on Yahoo! Finance which, partway down, mentions an unnamed game which was originally planned to be launching “the last quarter of the current fiscal year.”

However, it goes on to say that Ubisoft has “decided to launch this other large game in FY2024-25, so as to maximize its value creation.”

Without saying which title the developer and publisher is referring to, it’s difficult to nail down the specifics. Rumors circulating believe it to be the new Star Wars game, though it should be said that this has yet to be confirmed at the time of writing.

A tweet from Kotaku senior report Ethan Gach (via Rock Paper Shotgun) says the “large game” mentioned in the report could well be Outlaws. If true, this could mean it getting released sometime after April 2024.

Outlaws is an upcoming open-world title in the Star Wars franchise. Set in between the events of The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi, the story will follow Kay Vess and her sidekick Nix as they engage in heists.

If the speculations are true, the game might be released in Q2 of 2024. It’ll be available on PC, PS5, and Xbox Series X|S.

Upcoming Releases

After a strange incident, the Phantom Thieves wander into a bizarre realm where its citizens are living under tyrannical oppression. Surrounded by a military group named Legionnaires, they find themselves in grave danger until a mysterious revolutionary named Erina rescues them and offers an enticing deal in exchange for their help. What truth lies behind Erina and the deal she…
S.T.A.L.K.E.R 2 is a unique blend of FPS, immersive sim and horror with a really thick atmosphere. One of the biggest open-worlds to date is yours to explore — along with an epic branching story with multiple endings. S.T.A.L.K.E.R. stands for (Scavengers, Trespassers, Adventurers, Loners, Killers, Explorers and Robbers).
Fantasy Life i: The Girl Who Steals Time is an RPG life-sim game and the long-awaited sequel to the 3DS classic Fantasy Life. This game will expand on what the original did, blending simulation with traditional action RPG combat mechanics.
Become the iconic part man, part machine, all cop hero as you attempt to bring justice to the dangerous, crime-ridden streets of Old Detroit. Armed with your trusty Auto-9, factory-built strength, years of experience on the force and a variety of tools at your disposal, you will fight forces seeking to destroy the city you call home in an all…


// ad on openWeb