Star Wars: The Knights of the Old Republic will land on Switch in November

It was announced yesterday in the Nintendo Direct demo that Aspyr will bring Knights of the Old Republic Switch on November 11.

Take a look at it on the switch below, Courtesy of IGN.

Whether you are a longtime fan of the game or a newbie, with it available on Switch, you will be able to play RPG at home and on the go-and trust us-you will want to accept it on the go because it is difficult to put down. Even after so many years.

For those who are not familiar with the title of Star Wars, it happened four thousand years before the Galactic Empire, during which hundreds of Jedi Knights were killed in battle with the Sith. Dear player, you are the last hope of the Jedi Order, so you must master the power of the Force and save the Republic. But be warned: you may be tempted to the dark side. They have cookies, you know.

With KOTOR, you can expect a large number of unique characters, creatures, vehicles and planets. You can customize your character, and the choices you make throughout the game will affect your experience of the story and the squad.

As you venture in eight Star Wars worlds including Tatooine and Kasik, you will be able to use more than 40 different abilities and wield lightsabers against enemies, and you will travel to each world on the Starship Black Hawk.

However, you will not venture alone, as you will have some partners riding together in the form of 9 optional crew members, including Tilleks, robots and Wookiees.

“Knights of the Old Republic” can be pre-ordered on the Nintendo Switch online store for $14.99 or the equivalent price in your area.

Developed by BioWare and released for the original Xbox and PC in 2003, the game was later ported by Aspyr to Mac, iOS and Android, and can be played on Xbox 360 and Xbox One through backward compatibility.

The game has never been available for the PlayStation system, but this situation is about to change.

As announced earlier this month, “Star Wars: Warriors of the Old Republic-Remastered Edition” is currently being developed by Aspyr and Lucasfilm Games, and will be available exclusively on PC at launch as a PS5 console. To be honest, we are very excited about this.