Over the years Kabam has made games based on some pretty big movie licences - The Hobbit, Fast & Furious and The Hunger Games, to name just three.
Gaining the ability to leverage the marketing machine surrounding Star Wars: The Force Awakens, not to mention the franchise's inherent fanbase, crowns them all, however.
It's just announced that its San Francisco-based Kabam RPG team has been working on Star Wars: Uprising for around a year.
Currently there's no details on when the game will be released, although Kabam says it will be soft launching in select territories in the coming weeks.
Collect and craft gear
In terms of how the game fits into the Star Wars canon, Uprising takes place after Return of the Jedi and before new film The Force Awakens.
This setting will see players battling against the Empire in Anoat Sector, including Hoth and Cloud City, following the Battle of Endor and the death of the Emperor.
Labelled a classic RPG, and developed by veterans of the RPG scene from studios such as BioWare and Blizzard, you'll get to play with hundreds of abilities, collecting and crafting iconic gear with character classes ranging from smuggler to bounty hunter, rebel guerilla, diplomat, gambler or something unique.
"Star Wars: Uprising is a deep role playing game experience that will immerse players in the Star Wars universe during a unique time following the fall of Darth Vader and Emperor Palpatine," said Kabam SVP Aaron Loeb.
"The Kabam RPG Studio has taken its collective experience and passion for role playing games to focus on creating a unique and immersive gameplay experience for Star Wars fans and RPG gamers around the world."
The Star Wars: Uprising official website is now live, including the game's first trailer.
By pre-registering, you can help influence the game by voting for in-game content, as well as winning exclusive prizes such as a storm trooper helmet.