Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic PS5 remake development on hold


Developer Aspyr’s remake of fan-favorite Superstar Wars: Knights of the Outdated Republic for PlayStation 5 has been “behind schedule indefinitely,” in line with a document from Bloomberg. The scoop comes after the studio reportedly fired two administrators, and some other studio was once introduced in to assist paintings at the challenge.

Consistent with Bloomberg, design director Brad Prince and artwork director Jason Minor have been each fired from Aspyr after the studio confirmed a gameplay preview of the Knights of the Outdated Republic remake to Lucasfilm and Sony. Aspyr’s studio head then instructed the team of workers that the challenge was once on pause and that the gameplay wasn’t the place they sought after it to be. Bloomberg reported that the remake would possibly not arrive till 2025.

Aspyr has no longer communicated an professional unlock window for its remake of Knights of the Outdated Republic, and has no longer formally introduced a lengthen.

The remake of Knights of the Outdated Republic was once first introduced in September closing 12 months. Whilst Aspyr is the developer at the back of the sport, the studio was once purchased closing 12 months by way of Embracer Team, a protecting corporate with important investments in different studios, together with Saber Interactive, which is now assisting construction of the brand new Knights of the Outdated Republic.

Polygon has reached out to representatives for Aspyr and Lucasfilm Video games for remark, and can replace this put up after they reply.