Steam Database has mentioned Battlefront 3 in a recent update

Written by Ankit Gaba

Recently Steam Database has mentioned Star Wars Battlefront 3 in the latest update it also mentioned Haze Studios which might hint at an upcoming announcement of Star Wars Battlefront 3 from EA here’s the EULA that mentioned Haze Studios

The EULA states ”
STAR WARS™ Battlefront III (Classic, 2019) here means Software, image files, all accompanying files, data, and materials received with your order of “STAR WARS™ Battlefront III (Classic, 2019)”.
If you do not agree to any of the terms of this License, then do not install, distribute, or use STAR WARS™ Battlefront III (Classic, 2019). If you have purchased a single copy from HAZE Studios or an authorized distributor, reseller, or any retail channel, you may return it unused, within thirty (30) days after purchase, for a refund of your payment less any incidental charges. The 30-day warranty applies only to products bought within the United States. Products downloaded to or shipped out of the United States are strictly non-refundable.”


The real question is, why is there “Classic 2019” in brackets? We also know that EA Maverick is currently creating a star wars game that is set to be revealed later. You can find more about their Star Wars game here.

Star Wars Battlefront II is set to be free with PlayStation Plus this month, along with Call of Duty WW2, which could hint at an announcement of Star Wars Battlefront III.

But this game will be made by Haze Studios if the Steam EULA is to be taken right DICE is currently creating Battlefield 6, so maybe EA handed the Battlefront franchise to Haze Studios.

So there are currently 3 Star Wars games in development if this EULA is to be taken true the games include

  • Star Wars Battlefront 3
  • Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order Sequel
  • EA Maverick’s rumored Star Wars game


What do you think? Please let us know in the comments below.

1 Comment

  • Posted this comment on the reddit articles so I’ll post here too:
    I’m sad to say I know who put this up on Steam and it’s a prank lmao, don’t be fooled. It’s very easy to get a game on Steam, this isn’t even 2019, and that EULA is literally just one of those template EULAs that you can find online.

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