PHOTOS: Concept Art for Canceled Darth Maul Game

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A long time ago, in a galaxy not too far away, LucasArts was working on a Darth Maul game. After about twelve months of development, Disney purchased Star Wars and, due to their acquisition of parent company Lucasfilm, a ton of interesting projects such as this one were canceled.

Today, we have some new concept photos of this untitled Darth Maul game to mourn over, thanks to artist Thomas A. Szakolczay, who posted the photos on his Instagram.

Little was known about the game, except that it was about a Darth Maul clone or descendant and Talon fighting against a Sith army. The game never made it past the prototyping stage of development, but rumor has it the ex-developeers of the game want to try and revive the canceled project, with the help of EA games.

Anyway, here’s a look at the concept art. Obviously, none of these pictures show any indication of how the game would have played, but the art sure it neat looking.

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