Battlefront 2 (2017)'s campaign is canon. The recently released Fallen Order is canon. There was a short-lived mobile game called Uprising that's canon, and a couple others are technically canon, in that they feature some canon material, but otherwise have no real story. There are other games (notably Galaxy of Heroes) which are not.
The Star Wars franchise has spawned over one hundred computer, video, and board games, dating back to some of the earliest home consoles.Some are based directly on movie material, while others rely heavily on the non-canonical Star Wars expanded universe (rebranded as Star Wars Legends and dropped from the canon in 2014). The Star Wars games have gone through three significant development.
Before various comics, TV shows and movies started to expand on the years between the original Star Wars trilogy and the prequels, very little was known about the period. Canon sources did not provide much insight, and in the time between Order 66 and Luke Skywalker discovering his destiny, there didn't seem to be any Jedi left to stand up against the Empire.
EA’s most recent Star Wars title, Respawn’s Jedi: Fallen Order, exceeded expectations with over ten million sales, and Wilson claimed the first two Battlefront games have now sold more than 35 million units combined. Last week the firm announced Star Wars: Squadrons, a space dogfighting title set for release this October, which EA’s CEO claimed had enjoyed a strong response from fans.
Star Wars Episode I: Racer was one of the better tie-in games of its time and the adrenaline rush of podracing remains intact in this re-release. That’s nonetheless a barebones port and package.
The 2015 video game Star Wars: Battlefront is largely a multiplayer shooter. But it was released after the Star Wars canon wipe of 2014, so it's ostensibly canon. Obviously the accomplishments of each player isn't canon, but the settings and scenarios should provide some new bits of canon. Which elements of Star Wars: Battlefront (2015) are canon?
Complete your journey in Vader Immortal: A Star Wars Series- Episode III. With an ancient lightsaber by your side and the Force as your ally, you'll gain an army and launch an all-out assault on Darth Vader's fortress. Face legions of stormtroopers and a vengeful Imperial officer before facing off with the dark lord himself in a heart-stopping lightsaber battle that will determine Mustafar's fate.
It would take a return to the realm of video games to deliver the next important step in queer Star Wars reputation with the launch of The Old Republic—a narrative-driven MMORPG by Bioware set.