Star Wars: Attack Squadrons

Star Wars: Attack Squadrons

Today Disney Interactive have announced the first details of a new Star Wars game to be released next year entitled Star Wars: Attack Squadrons. Will this bring back memories of the classic X-Wing Vs. Tie Fighter game?

According to the limited amount of information released, you will be able to modify and fly some of the most popular ships within the Star Wars galaxy including the X-Wing and Tie Fighter starships. The game will be free-to-play, web-based combat in iconic Star Wars locations. The battles will be intensive with up to 16 players per battle. More ships and locations will be announced in the coming weeks.

Star Wars fans can sign up now at for a chance to take part in closed beta testing with the first battles to commence early next year.

Star Wars: Attack Squadrons was developed by Area 52 in conjunction with Disney Interactive and LucasArts. You can watch the announcement trailer below. Please note these are not in-game graphics.

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