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PlayStation Seemingly Pull Knights Of The Old Republic Remake Details

Should we fear the worst?

Fears are ramping up that the much anticipated Knights of the Old Republic Remake could be in real trouble after Reddit users uncovered the original reveal trailer has been pulled from YouTube, along with previously published posts on social media.

Announced on a PlayStation Blog post two years ago, head over to that post now and you’ll be greeted by a ‘video unavailable’ message where the trailer used to be. It seems like from an official capacity things have gone completely dark, with other posts on X (formerly Twitter) removed by PlayStation too.

We haven’t had much in the way of updates on the planned remake for some time, with reports original developers Aspyr were replaced by Saber Interactive last year following earlier troubles. The title has since remained in active development according to Embracer’s own year-end report a few months ago, but any signs of life remain mysteriously absent.

Where did you come from, where did you go?

Knights of the Old Republic publisher Embracer Group has been in the news for all the wrong reasons of late too, following a $2 billion deal that fell through earlier in the year leading to numerous cancellations and cost saving plans, including the potential sale of Gearbox Entertainment.

Until we get official confirmation on the state of KOTOR, our concerns remain over its fate. The full story will no doubt reveal itself soon, any news has been a long time coming after all, but hopefully all fears will be put to rest. For now, all we can do is speculate over the planned title’s future. At least we have Cal Kestis to distract us.

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What do you think is happening with the Knights of the Old Republic Remake? Is this business as usual, an overreaction? Is the title in dire straights? Let us know what you think in the comments below and on our socials, and keep those fingers crossed for some good news.

Written By Mark Isaacson

Known on the internet as Kartanym, Mark has been in and out of the gaming scene since what feels like forever, growing up on Nintendo and evolving through the advent of PC first person shooters, PlayStation and virtual reality. He'll try anything at least once and considers himself the one true king of Tetris by politely ignoring the world records.


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