As part of Disney’s new Bring Home the Bounty promotional campaign, the company will be announcing new Star Wars products and projects on a weekly basis from now until December 28th.
A calendar detailing each week’s Star Wars theme was added to the official Star Wars website to help fans track all of the announcements and, curiously, Week 10 of the campaign features a video game controller as its preview icon.
Clearly this implies that we’ll be getting some sort of Star Wars video game news.
It’s unclear what type of video game news could be announced in Week 10, which begins on December 16th, but there are several possibilities with the likelihood being that a variety of Star Wars video game content will be covered that day.
- Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic (KOTOR): More details or media from the recently announced video game remake could be released.
- Jedi: Fallen Order 2: This game has already been confirmed so hearing some details on it is incredibly likely.
- That Star Wars Battlefront II Spin-Off: A small-scale shooter spin-off from Battlefront II has been rumored for a while now. This game, if it exists, is long overdue for an announcement.
- Star Wars Battlefront III: While such a release likely wouldn’t happen for a few more years, it wouldn’t be crazy to get an official announcement confirming that Star Wars Battlefront III on the way for new consoles like the Xbox Series X.
- LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga: With its recent shift to 2022, some new footage or game info in December would make a lot of sense.
- That Mandalorian Game: There has been some talk of a video game based on The Mandalorian. Wouldn’t be crazy to expect an announcement in December.
- Another Fortnite Collaboration: With the Book of Boba Fett airing on Disney+ in late-December, another Star Wars collaboration with Fortnite is incredibly likely. Incidentally, the current season ends on December 5th so could Boba Fett be part of next season’s Battle Pass like how Grogu and Din Djarin were last year? Maybe.
- Disney Magic Kingdoms: As with Fortnite, some Boba Fett content being added to this popular free-to-play Windows game is incredibly likely.
- Something Else: Maybe they’ll surprise us and announce something completely unexpected.
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