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Star Wars: Attack Squadrons was an online browser-based space combat game in development by Disney Interactive and Area 52 Games. The game was first announced with a teaser trailer on December 17, 2013 with a closed beta that began in January 2014. In May 2014, after five months of beta testing, it was announced that the game was canceled[1] in favor of developing other Star Wars gaming experiences. The game never had an announced release date before its official cancellation.


Star Wars: Attack Squadrons would have featured modifiable ships and up to 16-player matches in 3 modes.[2] There would have been a variety of maps, including one with the Death Star II over Endor. It was also confirmed during development that the game would have used the Unity Game Engine.[3]


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  3. Facebook icon A Facebook post promoting Star Wars: Attack Squadrons on the official Timeline.. Star Wars: Attack Squadrons (December 23, 2013, 3:00 pm). Retrieved on December 23, 2013. "STAR WARS™: Attack Squadrons runs on the Unity Game Engine. Unity allows you to have a console quality gaming experience right inside your web browser! VISIT the website TODAY and SIGN UP for the BETA! #StarWars #StarWarsAttackSquadrons"

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