The Star Wars game under development at EA Vancouver is "still very much alive" after the departure of Uncharted creator Amy Hennig, she said late Thursday.
Hennig's clarification came in response to a Eurogamer report, the Uncharted-like The Star Wars project she was working on was "on the shelf" after she left EA in January ̵
"To clarify, I left EA six months ago, shortly after the closure of Visceral (along with the tweeted her . "The story we were making was essentially shelved, but EA Vancouver's Star Wars game is still very much alive and I wish my colleagues all the best.
Your First Comments on Eurogamer Suggested That the Developer May Have Moved On to a Non-Star Wars Project
"The Vancouver studio is working on something completely different," she told the site Once it has entered a more open world, it is a different game than what we have done. Everyone loved what we did and I'd love to see us somehow revive, but it's complicated. "
Last October, the Action Adventure game survived EAs decision,visceral The company said it is "moving the game to a broader experience" from a linear approach.
EA did not respond immediately to a request for comment.  Hennig, known for her work on the first three Uncharted games and the Legacy of Kain series, is now working on creating her own studio for VR projects with a smaller team, having previouslyand its intense "crunch" periods criticized.
Earlier this month, at E3, EA said that Titanfall Studio Respawn Entertainmentan action adventure game that will come out in 2019.