Somewhere, out there on a space whale somewhere, Grand Admiral Thrawn is either very happy that his work’s being recognised or very pissed that someone else is taking the credit. On top of being pissed about the whole, y’know, space whale thing.
True to EA Motive’s word, there doesn’t seem to be any big DLC on Star Wars: Squadrons’ horizon. Instead, the space fighter will be getting a handful of cosmetics later this week, including a Baby Yoda bobblehead.
In 2013, Electronic Arts signed a deal granting them the exclusive rights to develop and publish Star Wars video games. For most of that time, sitting on the most lucrative licensing on the planet, they managed to release…three games, and cancelled at least three more.