A brand new Star Wars video game has been officially revealed tonight. It's called Star Wars: 1313.
While little has been actually disclosed about the project, Lucasarts describes it as a "third person cinematic action adventure game", while the title is named for "Level 1313, a ruthless criminal underground deep below the surface of the planet of Coruscant".
You won't be playing a jedi, instead taking control of a bounty hunter who "uses human skills and gadgets, rather than supernatural Force powers, to make his way through this dangerous world".
We'd earlier speculated the game put you in the boots of Boba Fett, but given the explanation and the fact you can see a dude's face in the art up top, that may not be the case (though Lucasarts won't actually say who exactly you're playing as just yet).
Interestingly, it also appears that it's shooting for a Mature rating, which would be a pretty big deal for a franchise that's normally been reluctant to let the childhood market go in the name of blood, booze, boobs and space drugs.
UPDATE - Below you'll find some concept art for the game, mostly showing off the game's Coruscant environments.