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Sounds Like The KOTOR Remake Is In Even Bigger Trouble

Sounds Like The KOTOR Remake Is In Even Bigger Trouble


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The final we heard of the try and remake Bioware’s traditional Star Wars RPG Knights Of The Previous Republic, two of the sport’s lead builders had been fired and a recreation initially hoping for a 2022 launch was now taking a look at 2025. A contemporary report now paints an excellent bleaker image.

A narrative on Bloomberg says that growth on the sport, having already been paused, has now been taken away from Austin-based Aspyr totally, and moved to “one in every of Saber Interactive’s Jap European studios” (The Embracer Group owns each Aspyr and the Saber studio in query).

In a monetary report launched by The Embracer Group final week, it was introduced that:

One of many Group’s AAA initiatives has transitioned to a different studio inside the Group. This was performed to make sure the standard bar is the place we want it to be for the title. We’re not anticipating any materials delays for the title based mostly on this transition.

It was speculated on the time that this undertaking might have been KOTOR, and Bloomberg’s report—which additionally says that Sony and Disney,each of whom have monetary pursuits within the recreation, had been displeased with progress below Aspyr”— definitely makes this appear seemingly.

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Saber had truly already been concerned within the undertaking in an assistive capability, with CEO Mathew Karch telling traders earlier within the 12 months:

We’re totally assured that the sport goes to be unbelievable, but it surely’s an enormous, huge product and big merchandise require plenty of effort and plenty of time to make good. And particularly if you’re speaking a few recreation [that’s] already outdated—very outdated—we’ve principally needed to remake that recreation from scratch.

Whereas this definitely doesn’t bode properly for the sport—or at the very least its hopes of popping out any time quickly—let’s not neglect that the unique was launched in 2003. It’s not like we will’t wait one other 12 months or two for a remake.


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