Star Wars: New Game Teased by Boba Fett Star Temuera Morrison

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It seems like a new Boba Fett Star Wars game is currently in the works following a tease from the Boba Fett actor, Temuera Morrison, who played the bounty hunter in The Book of Boba Fett series on Disney+.

The most obvious candidate for a new Star Wars game would be Battlefront 3, however, according to several reports from various sources, a third Battlefront game is not currently in development.

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As for what Morrison teased, he talked about it when he was asked if he would be interested in doing more video game voice-over work. He answered the question, seemingly let slip that he is already doing as much.


"Oh yes, oh yes. Definitely. The gaming is where it's all at, too, because with a movie or a TV show it's all over but with a game, you can be there a bit longer. There will be some coming, I can let you know that," Morrison said during a recent interview with GamingBible.

During the same interview, Morrison also revealed that the work for video games is much harder than traditional acting, especially if you need to get the emotion out of your character.

"I do a few voices for those video games. Very hard work, harder than acting," Morrison added. "You try and get some emotion into a voiceover, all the instructions as well, you know? 'Turn left, go right, you missed, try again'."


As of now, it is still difficult to determine what should and shouldn’t be made out of what Morrison said. It seems to be a pretty definitive tease that he is currently working on some Star Wars game, but even if this is true, we still don’t know what it could be.

For now, we just have to wait and see whether a new Boba Fett Star Wars game will be released. With that said, there have been several rumors of a Mandalorian game since last 2021. It is also possible that Morrison’s tease could be about that.

The Book of Boba Fett is currently available to stream on Disney+.

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