Star Wars Outlaws, the upcoming game from Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora developer Ubisoft Massive, will be released sometime in late 2024. This is according to a recent Disney Parks blog post which quietly listed the game for a late 2024 release window. Last October, Ubisoft delayed Star Wars Outlaws to its next fiscal year, though we now have a confirmation that will arrive later this year.
As spotted by IGN, the Disney Parks blog post clearly lists a late 2024 release window for Star Wars Outlaws. A description accompanied the post, giving us more information about the story and main character. It’s worth noting that Ubisoft hasn’t officially confirmed this release window yet, though if it’s coming straight from Disney which owns the Star Wars IP, then that’s just as good of a confirmation.
The description for Star Wars Outlaws listed by Disney Parks reads:
“Star Wars Outlaws, the open-world Star Wars game, is set to release late this year. The game lets you explore distinct planets across the galaxy, both iconic and new. You can risk it all as Kay Vess, an emerging scoundrel seeking freedom and the means to start a new life, along with her companion Nix. If you’re willing to take the risk, the galaxy is full of opportunity.”
The premise of Star Wars Outlaws sounds great, allowing players to explore plenty of large, handcrafted planets as you hop around the galaxy. That said, hopefully it’s a much more enticing adventure across planets than 2023’s Starfield, which was criticised for its uninteresting procedurally generated planets (that turned out to be only small sections of the planet’s map).
In other Star Wars news, Disney has acknowledged that there’s still plenty of demand for Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic Remake, a game that is now notorious for its numerous development setbacks.