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Zynga, Lucasfilm Games Tease ‘Star Wars: Hunters’ Game

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Team-based competitive action game is available now in mobile soft launch in select markets.

Zynga and Lucasfilm Games debuted the first gameplay trailer for the upcoming competitive arena combat game, “Star Wars: Hunters.” Coming to Nintendo Switch and mobile devices in 2022, the game has entered soft launch on Google Play for Android devices in select markets and will be available in soft launch on the App Store early next year.   

“Today’s gameplay reveal gives players their first look at the Hunters in action, showcasing eight of the dynamic characters that will be available at launch,” says Bernard Kim, president, publishing, Zynga. “Our teams at NaturalMotion and Boss Alien are excited for fans to enter the fray and compete for galaxy-wide glory in the Arena next year." 

 Set after the fall of the Galactic Empire, “Star Wars: Hunters” will connect players in real time to battle in arena settings inspired by “Star Wars” locales in teams of four.  

Upon its launch, “Star Wars: Hunters” will be available as a free download for the Nintendo Switch, on the App Store and on Google Play and will support cross-play across all platforms.  

Players can pre-register now to unlock exclusive in-game content when “Star Wars: Hunters” launches by visiting Swhunters.com. New information and background about the eight fighters and three Arena battlefields featured in the trailer are available on the site as well.   

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