10. EA Vancouver’s Star Wars game
Visceral Games was closed down by Electronic Arts, though. An increasingly microtransaction-focused EA saw the need to “pivot the design”. The ball landed on EA Vancouver’s roof, who picked up the pieces of Visceral’s game and got to work on an open-world game led by Assassin’s Creed creator Jade Raymond (rumored to be based on the cancelled Star Wars 1313). It was assumed Raymond would be luckier than Amy Henning and see her Star Wars project to completion, but sadly this was not to be, and EA Vancouver’s game ended up being cancelled too in favor of a new multiplayer-focused game which might be hitting shelves sometime in 2020.