It's official, Electronic Arts no longer has the exclusive license to make Star Wars games. Ending the 10 year exclusivity deal EA gained back in 2013 a couple years early. Many suspected this with the creation of Lucasfilm Games, but it is now confirmed with Ubisoft making an open world Star Wars game and that Bethesda will be working on an Indiana Jones game. https://www.starwars.com/news/lucasfilm-games-interview Hopefully this means many other companies will get a crack at the Star Wars universe. One of the worst things about EA is they've sat on the license and haven't made many games. A big issue was a mandate at the company that all games be live service which really restricted the types of games that could be made until they did away with it and made Jedi Fallen Order. Hopefully with the new Lucasfilm games publishing house(still don't understand why it's not called Lucasarts) they can get the license to all sorts of different companies and make all sorts of different games. Maybe we'll finally see remakes and sequels to games like Republic Commando, Jedi Knight, Empire at War and Knights of the Old Republic. One of them might be crazy enough to make a new Podracer game like I've been hoping they would.