A few days ago, we shared a leaked in-game screenshots from the cancelled Star Wars game, Star Wars 1313. However, it appears that that screenshot wasn’t the only one that got leaked. Thus, you can find below two additional screenshots from the Star Wars game that no one got to play.
What’s also interesting here is that these screenshots have frametime numbers. Back in 2012, Lucas Arts claimed that the game was running on a high-end PC with an NVIDIA graphics card. As such, we can assume that an NVIDIA GTX680 was able to run the game with those frametimes.
In Star Wars 1313, players would take control of a lethal bounty hunter in a never-before-seen dark and mature world. The game would be using Unreal Engine 3, and it was targeting the PC (alongside current-gen consoles).
As a bounty hunter, players would use an arsenal of exotic weaponry to hunt down their marks and uncover the truth surrounding a criminal conspiracy. Star Wars 1313 would also emphasize epic set pieces and fast-paced combat with a hero who uses human skills and gadgets, rather than supernatural Force powers, to make his way through this dangerous world.
Kudos to our reader ‘Bruce’ for sharing these screenshots!
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