NobleAtreides wrote on Jun 21, 2023, 17:19:
I am absolutely surprised that Disney allows them to tinker with Star Wars property to this day.
A) wonder when Disney will open a proper gaming dev studio to spend some Billions to create employment opportunity to tens of thousands young and old around the world to allow for diverse cultural influence into game dev , and B) fling off the mosquito that is EA
Sure, why not? By licensing their content, Disney can generate revenue while avoiding exclusive agreements. Additionally, with the increasing number of Star Wars games being released, this strategy helps reduce the potential damage that a single publisher can do to their property. It's a way for Disney to mitigate risk and maximize profits.
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