EA plans to release one Star Wars title a year for the next three to four years.

Star Wars Battlefront sequel to land in 2017

Games publisher EA is reportedly working on a Battlefront sequel game, which is set for release sometime during 2017.

The company revealed during an investor call that the new game will also feature content from the new movies for fans to enjoy.

Star Wars Battlefront was released in November 2015, and so far EA has shipped over 14 million copies of the game.

Blake Jorgensen, CFO at EA, said during the call: “We’ll most likely have one Star Wars title a year for the next three to four years,” reports Polygon.

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