‘Star Wars The Force Unleashed 3’ Leaked Prototype: How It Looked If Not Cancelled
"Star Wars The Force Unleashed 3" fans just got a peek at a prototype footage that suddenly surfaced online. However, it should be noted that the developers have not confirmed the release of the game as it previously got cancelled. In the meantime, PlayStation Now subscribers may now play the first installment in the series.
Another "Star Wars" Game Gets Cancelled
The "Star Wars The Force Unleashed 3" footage was recently uploaded by Corra_Ashu. However, it is yet to be revealed who the original source of the video is, SWTORStrategies reported. The footage gives a glimpse of what the game could have been if it was not cancelled. It should be noted that the prototype of the game is said to be a notable one.
Apparently, "Star Wars The Force Unleashed 3" was not the only game in the "Star Wars" universe to be cancelled. It should be noted that a number of "Star Wars" projects have already been cancelled.
One project that was killed was the third installment of the series which fans were looking forward to. Take note that "Star Wars The Force Unleashed 3" never got as far off the ground as the other cancelled games had. Unfortunately, the game was canned while it was still in the prototype phase.
"LEGO Star Wars" Comes To PSN
In other news, the new PlayStation Now games for this month have been revealed in the US and Canada. "Star Wars The Force Unleashed 3" fans may opt to play several "Star Wars" games on PSN. Take note that "LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga," "LEGO Indiana Jones: The Original Adventure," "LEGO Star Wars 3: The Clone Wars" and "LEGO Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues" have also arrived on PSN, PlayStation Lifestyle.net reported.
"Star Wars The Force Unleashed 3" fans may also opt to try "Star Wars The Force Unleashed Ultimate Sith Edition" on PlayStation Now. Moreover, "Star Wars The Force Unleashed 2" has also been launched on PSN together with other "LEGO" games. "LEGO Batman: The Video Game" and "LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4 and 5-7" are now available on PSN.