Star Wars 1313: New Footage of LucasArts’ Canceled Boba Fett Game Leaks Online

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The Vault has shared a video comprising leaked footage of Star Wars 1313, a Star Wars game that was originally conceived by LucasArts a decade ago but seemingly canceled following Disney’s decision of neutering the division following its acquisition of Lucasfilm.

Star Wars 1313 would have allowed Star Wars fans to step into the boots of a young Boba Fett and learn how the infamous bounty hunter earned his reputation in the galaxy. In one of the clips, Fett can be seen journeying through the marketplaces of Coruscant, one of the franchise’s key planets, while another teases one of the game’s action sequences, with Fett chasing after what was presumably supposed to be one of his bounties.

The video ends with some rough developmental footage that offers a closer look at the character models and their animations.

Kathleen Kennedy brought up Star Wars 1313 in an interview back in 2015 and suggested that she was still interested in the project, but many fans are convinced that the game will never the see the light of day.

“It’s gold,” Kennedy said. “And it’s something we’re spending a lot of time looking at, pouring through, discussing, and we may very well develop those things further. We definitely want to.”

Source: The Vault

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