Star Wars 1313 was a third-person shooter being developed by LucasArts. It was to be released for the next-gen consoles, and Microsoft Windows. The game would focus on bounty hunters as opposed to the traditional Jedi. The plot would revolve around the backstory of Boba Fett, as he explores "Level 1313" of Coruscant.
Several trailers (including gameplay videos) were released, and development appeared to be going on track. However, on 2013, Disney infamously bought LucasArts. The company indicated that there may still be hope for the project, but the trademark was not renewed at the end of 2013, so the game is unlikely to see the light of day, on top of the fact Disney has started work on another Star Wars video game. The exact reason for the game's postponement is unknown, though it's highly-likely the game either didn't fit into the new canon Disney was planning to introduce, or the game was deemed too family-unfriendly to be released under the Disney name.