Star Wars 1313 was a game that promised a very interesting action-adventure experience centered around the fan-favorite character Boba Fett. In Disney's acquisition of LucasArts, Star Wars 1313's development stopped and the project was seemingly left behind as the trademark was abandoned. However, a new interview points out that 1313 has not been forgotten and is actually still quite possible.
Peter Sciretta of SlashFilm hosted an interview with LucasFilm head Kathleen Kennedy. during the interview, Sciretta discovered that the company has been actively involved in researching and developing two previously scrapped projects from the pre-Disney period of LucasArts operation. Not only is the project still on their radar, but Kennedy herself brought up Star Wars 1313 during the interview and expressed that her team has a keen interest in reviving the project.
"Our attitude is, we don’t want to throw any of that stuff away. It’s gold," said Kennedy. "And it’s something we’re spending a lot of time looking at, pouring through, discussing, and we may very well develop those things further. We definitely want to."
Great news coming from a head of operations in the LucasFilm company. Star Wars 1313 had a wealth of incredibly cool designs, concept art, and the possibility to play as a growing Boba Fett in a deeply designed, seedy underground of Star Wars lore has an allure that can't be denied. Hopefully, with Star Wars: The Force Awakens releasing shortly and Star Wars: Battlefront already out, the height of Star Wars attention will allow 1313's resurrection to become a reality.