Sony announced the remake of “Star Wars: Warriors of the Old Republic”, kicking off today’s PlayStation Showcase with a loud noise. RPG classic games are being rebuilt from scratch for PlayStation 5.
The original KOTOR was developed by Bioware and released in July 2003. The game takes place 4000 years before the events of the original movie trilogy. The game takes place during the Star Wars period of the Old Republic. Players control a character or Sith who can ally with the Jedi Knights, depending on the choice they make. It is widely acclaimed for its storytelling and choice-driven gameplay. Today’s trailer doesn’t show much content other than a daunting glimpse of Darth Revan, but it may be enough for many Star Wars fans to join.
The game was developed by Aspyr Media, and the team has brought several older Star Wars games to modern platforms in recent years, such as Episode 1: Race Car Driver and Republic Commando.Talk about PlayStation Blog, Aspyr’s chief producer Ryan Tredwell said:
“The Aspyr and Sony Interactive Entertainment teams have teamed up with Lucasfilm Games to remake this classic Star Wars adventure for you. We are recreating one of the greatest RPG games of all time for a new generation, using modern technology, features, and visual effects Wait, while maintaining the integrity of our cherished stories and characters.”
Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic remake will be available exclusively for PlayStation 5 and Lucasflim Games comfirmed The game will also land on the PC. As for other consoles, the wording of the release indicates that it can be migrated to other places sometime after release, but this remains to be seen. There is currently no release window for this game.
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