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EA has a bunch of new 'Star Wars' games coming

They should really call it "Dead Space Wars."
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EA's got the rights to make Star Wars games, and it's making a lot of them. At its E3 2016 press conference today, the huge games publisher took to detailing numerous projects it's working on. (Aside from fresh content for Battlefront, Galaxy of Heroes and The Old Republic, of course).

First up, DICE and Motive are working on a new version of Star Wars: Battlefront for release in 2017. Then, Visceral Games (of Dead Space fame) are creating an action-adventure game with an "original narrative set in the Star Wars universe with all-new characters." Respawn Entertainment (Titanfall) is also developing a game in the universe with "a different style of gameplay that takes place in a different timeline we have yet to explore with our EA Star Wars titles." So essentially, if there's a studio owned by EA, you can bet that they're working on something to do with Star Wars.

Anyway, without further ado, here's the highlight reel attendees were treated to:

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