It looks like Disney is gearing up to get back into game development by resurrecting the Lucasfilm Games studio.
Multiple job listings for producers, art directors, and marketing coordinators have been posted on the Disney Careers page, looking to work out of San Francisco.
Lucasfilm Games changed its name to LucasArts in 1990, but saw all game development halted in 2013 after Disney acquired the company. LucasArts was kept as a licensor, which could explain why Disney is reverting back to Lucasfilm Games.
A deal between Disney and EA currently gives the publisher exclusive rights to all Star Wars titles, however EA has only produced two Battlefront titles in the six years since the agreement began.
The highly anticipated action adventure title from Uncharted's Amy Hennig has since been handed off to another studio at EA, with a plan to "pivot the design."
Disney has publicly stated it is happy with EA's games, but given the publisher's track record with the franchise, who knows what is going on behind closed doors.
With that in mind, it's likely EA has a lot riding on the upcoming game from Respawn Entertainment, Jedi: Fallen Order.