We may find out more info on the Star Wars titles currently in development at Motive Studios and Visceral Games in just a matter of weeks, Jade Raymond, group general manager has suggested in a blog about finding new talent to join the teams.
"With EA PLAY right around the corner, I thought it would be a good time to update everyone on the world of Motive Studios and Visceral Games," writes Raymond.
She continued: "Motive Studios is now 65 industry veterans strong, adding more each week, and driven by unbridled creativity to make unforgettable action games. We are well on our way, beginning our journey with a Star Wars game, and exploring ideas for our original IP. It's really quite amazing to be a part of, and I can't wait to be able to share more details about Motive's projects."
Regarding Visceral, Raymond is full of praise for Amy Hennig.
"The team at Visceral Games is forging ahead into an exciting phase of development. Seeing Amy Hennig lead this team through the creative process has been incredible. She is a rare breed of storyteller, and she's collaborating with the creative leaders at Lucasfilm to tell a new, authentic Star Wars story. Backed by the talented Visceral team, Amy and studio GM Scott Probst are taking this project in groundbreaking directions."
Raymond closes with two comments relating to when we could hear or see more info on the projects.
"Of course, there's a lot more to the story with each of these projects in our EA Star Wars portfolio, and we'll be super excited to share more updates in the months ahead," writes Raymond.
She concludes: "See you in a couple weeks!"
Perhaps EA Play will be used to reveal more on the games, or maybe Raymond is simply looking forward to meeting some people at E3. EA will broadcast its press conference on Sunday, June 12 from 9pm.