Apparently Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic Remake It’s not the first attempt to get KOTOR back in her hand: BioWare herself wanted to make one Collection I con remake Of the two games, a group of which provided the stadium to Lucasarts.
To reveal this was the former Bioware Trent Oster, one of the company’s founders, as well as part of the team that worked on the first Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic. According to him, LucasArts rejected the project because it had already chosen another path, which was then realized in the Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic Remake commercial.
Oster is happy for Aspyr, who previously employed Bioware as well as team members from dirty. Despite this, he wanted to share the details of the stadium, namely the address: Reforged group.
The tweet contains an image of a slice of a file soccer field. Unfortunately, other pages, visible as previews, are not readable. In response to some of his followers, Auster clarified that the plan was to remake, then remake the entire game from scratch without using the original code, and that he couldn’t show the entire show because some information is still classified. , then subject to a non-disclosure agreement. The fact that it was a group also makes it clear that KOTOR 2 will also end up in the project.
Let’s console ourselves with the fact that Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic Remake has been announced for PS5 and PC (for now) and that, if successful, KOTOR 2 will likely be redesigned as well.
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