LucasArts looks like it won't be unveiling any new games at next month's E3, if comments from its director of public relations are anything to go by.
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According to a Venturebeat report: "LucasArts is currently developing a number of obvious sequels in its Star Wars game franchises. These titles include Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic 3, which is allegedly in co-development at BioWare, and Star Wars Battlefront 3, which is rumoured to be in development at Free Radical. There's also supposedly another LEGO Indiana Jones game in the works at TT Games, which makes sense given the back-to-back LEGO Star Wars releases and strong sales and critical acclaim those games earned."
In response to the report the firm's PR director wouldn't comment on any unannounced titles, but she did say that E3 won't be used to announce any new games. Apparently "there's too much noise surrounding the show".