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It’s now been confirmed that the remake of Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic is in the hands of Saber Interactive after it faced development issues at Aspyr Media.
Last month, it was revealed that the Knights of the Old Republic – Remake game was being postponed indefinitely after representatives of Sony and Disney determined that the dev team on that project bit off more than they could chew, producing results that weren’t deemed satisfactory for that point in development on a tight time-table. The video game has been in the pipeline for approximately two years, and it was initially expected to be ready as soon as late 2022 or early 2023. More recently, official buzz confirmed that a new developer took over the project, albeit without a confirmation on who this new developer would be.
Bloomberg has been able to confirm that Saber Interactive, owned by Aspyr Media’s parent company, Embracer Group, will be the ones taking over development on the ambitious remake of the ground-breaking 2003 RPG from BioWare. The group was already working on the remake to assist their sister company, and now it seems as though they are making the transition to fully take over the project….