According to reports, a new “Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic” game is in development, but its original developer BioWare or its current owner, Electronic Arts, is not in development. The latter has an exclusive “Star Wars” license Will expire in 2023. (Although speculation prevails), there are reports that fans of Star Wars will “never guess” its true identity. There is even a small problem with the appearance of the new Star Wars KOTOR game. After all, in the ongoing Star Wars world including movies and Disney+ series, most of the original games and their sequels are not considered classics.
“Star Wars” insider Bespin Bulletin talked about the new “Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic” game development in the latest episode of “Podcast”, and also quoted game reporter Jason Schreier’s previous comments on the game forum ResetEra. “During my digging, I heard that the “Old Republic Knights” project was being developed somewhere. I talked to several people and I also found out that Jason Schreier said that this is not for use with EA, and we will’never never I’ll guess who is making this game.”
Nate Najda, communications manager of Wushu Studios, confirmed the Bespin Bulletin report and added:[The KOTOR studio is] Not as mysterious as you think. This is not a household name that most people know. “
“Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic” was exclusively released as an Xbox console in 2003. It was set four thousand years before the founding of the empire. At that time, a Sath named Darth Malak (Darth Malak) paired The republic launched a war. You play as a Jedi Knight-male or female, although only the former is a canon-they must criss-cross to defeat Malak. Depending on the decision you make, you will eventually fall into the light or darkness of the Force. “Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic” is considered one of the best video games of all time.
The sequel “Old Republic II: Star Wars Knights of the Sith Lord” was developed by Obsidian Entertainment (now owned by Microsoft) and re-released as a dedicated Xbox console in 2004. Five years after the end of the first game, it was picked up, followed by an exiled Jedi, one by one, he ventured to find the remaining Jedi (the Jedi Order has basically been eliminated), and pushed the Sith go back. Star Wars Knight II of the Old Republic: Lord of the Sith has also been well received, and its role is more detailed than the original.
There has been no sequel since then, although BioWare did continue the story in the 2011 MMORPG Star Wars: The Old Republic.
In light of recent announcements, the new “Star Wars KOTOR” game outside of EA seems reasonable. Disney launched Lucasfilm Games in early January and subsequently revealed a new story-driven open-world Star Wars game developed by Ubisoft and The Division 2’s Massive Entertainment. Douglas Reilly, the vice president of Lucasfilm Games, said at the time: “This is just the beginning of an exciting year for Lucasfilm Games,” and he said that more games will be announced in 2021.