A new Lego Star Wars game is reportedly on the way

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Wood was listing the projects his studio was involved with, including various cartoons and new movie The Rise of Skywalker - but then let slip, "there's a LEGO Star Wars game we're working on".

It's been four years since the last LEGO Star Wars game, an adaptation of The Force Awakens, and it looks like we'll be getting another one soon - which may be developer TT Games' most ambitious LEGO game yet. "They're working very closely with Rian". Before Respawn Entertainment showed the promise of its own long-awaited, narrative-driven Star Wars title, there was another - one named Project Ragtag, aka the Visceral Star Wars project. We're looking at: "What is the next decade of storytelling?" The teaser featured Rey basically fighting a spaceship on a desert, so now I expect to see this scene in Lego form. "I didn't know I was going to want to help bring to a close this thing we started with 'Episode VII'". But it was also distinctly Star Wars, and it's hard to not get excited even if fans have been burned so many times before.

Johnson helmed The Last Jedi, in 2017, and he was quickly signed to develop a new trilogy. The news hit the interwebs days after JJ Abrams admitted there wasn't an over-arching storyline planned for the sequel trilogy and that each director was given the freedom to take their episode in whichever direction they saw fit.

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So what does the next phase of Star Wars look like? I think that that's absolutely on the horizon. While we don't know the exact reasons yet, it's a move that makes a lot of sense for EA.

We have until late this year to see the fruits of their labor with Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, but if there's any team under the EA banner that I trust to finally put Star Wars back on track, it's Respawn. While last week fans were high on the anticipation of Star Wars 9-which we now know is titled Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker-the excitement was undercut a tad when Disney CEO Bob Iger revealed that after Skywalker, the films will be taking a bit of a hiatus. Sort of. Asked about the suggestion, she declined to give a straight answer, but did say, "Lando is a very charming man, he could have children all over the universe". Do you think this is a good strategy to map out the saga instead of ruing what appears to be a patched together trilogy?

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