Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic Remake May Be on The Verge of Cancellation After Posts and Trailers are Removed

In July, publisher Aspyr Media announced that their Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic Remake project has been delayed indefinitely. After a handful of developers left the company, the development was handed over to Saber Interactive, who has worked on games such as Space Marine 2 and World War Z.

However, it seems like things have gone from bad to worse after multiple social media posts and trailers have been removed from platform holders. X user @Crusader3456 shared multiple screenshots of social media posts from Playstation along with deleted trailers.

Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic Remake was meant to be a complete remake of the classic RPG to be released on PlayStation 5 and PC, but it’s been through development hell after it failed to impress Lucasart following three years of development.

We’ve emailed Embracer for comment and will keep you updated.

Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic was initially released in 2003 as a standout RPG giving players the chance to forge their own path through an engaging and memorable Star Wars narrative. This is a game that many players have been waiting for.

In case you missed it, check out our video of why the game is so good.

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