Star Wars: Uprising | New RPG For Mobiles

Star Wars: Uprising | New RPG For Mobiles

With the forthcoming ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’, many are wondering what happened post ‘Return of the Jedi’. Star Wars:Uprising will reveal some of that missing history.

Lucasfilm, Disney and Kabam have teamed up to bring the first game related to the new Star Wars film which is to be released later this year. Unlike anything previous, now that Disney owns Lucasfilm, they state that everything from now on is connected and considered canon.

The game will apparently feature key events in the Anoat Sector as well as familiar territory such as Hoth and Cloud City.

Like most role playing games, players can collect items to aid in their missions as well as stats to tweak to become a better character. There are several types of classes available in the game with Smuggler, Bounty Hunter, Rebel Guerilla, Diplomata and Gambler mentioned already.

An official website has been setup already where players can register to participate in the beta in the coming weeks. Also a teaser trailer has been released that teases the events of the game with no actually game-play footage included.



Star Wars: Uprising will be released for Android and iOS.

Source [Star Wars Official Site]


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