Visceral Games have dropped a number of hints regarding their upcoming contribution to Star Wars gaming, including a mention of Han Solo.
It has long been known that Visceral Games, a subsidiary of Electronic Arts has been working on a Star Wars project, but up until now nothing has been mentioned about what type of game they are developing.
Visceral are perhaps most well known for their science fiction survival horror series Dead Space, and more recently Battlefield Hardline; a game that unlike previous other Battlefield games revolves around crime and policing rather than warfare.
Staff members from the studio took to Twitter to drop hints about the upcoming game, including Scott Warner, the game's director, who posted a pirate-like flag with a stormtrooper helmet and crossbones accompanied by the words "It's better to be a pirate than to join the navy."
Other hints dropped by staff members include more pirate references and a new decoration for their office in the form of a life-size statue of Han Solo frozen in carbonite.