KOTOR Remake is still in development, destroying the rumors that suggested towards its cancelation. Release date is currently not known.
This is typical. The developers said that when the first project was canceled which was a simple port of the game the new project was using an internal team and was going to be much larger in scope. Again the whole rumor was spread by people who only read the negative articles or simply ignored what had been said and didn't read or report what Embracer actually said about the game at the time.
I think people are just dumb and don't know what the word indefinite means. Doesn't mean it will never come out people.
Lots of negative rumours around at the moment, trying to stir crap up. Same few suspects pushing them, without repercussions. Great to hear KOTOR is still on it's way, though, as Tales From the Galaxy's Edge has me hooked on Star Wars again!
I’ll believe it when I see it.
Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic remake's trailers have been pulled from official PlayStation channels.
R.I.P.? So sad, if it's actually getting cancelled after switching developers... This has always been one of my most wanted remakes in all of gaming. Been wanting a remake for Knights of the Old Republic for so damn long.
I read somewhere it was due to music licensing but I honestly feel it’s more than that. Things aren’t looking good with the devs switching and now this. Hopefully they surprise us all and deliver a new trailer but i will be disappointed if a remake to one of the greatest SW games of all time gets canned.
@CobraKai "I read somewhere it was due to music licensing but I honestly feel it’s more than that." Right after Ryan´s sudden retirement announcement.
Obscure. Your comment is ridiculous. But what else is new. Was Sony making it? No. Tell the truth for once. Jim is 63 years old. The interesting part is that Sony has changed CEOs multiple times and still whooped Microsoft's ass. When should he retire? Go play Star Field.
Apparently a lot has changed in the last 124 days since the its not dead yet piece. Oh well guess I'll be seeing a Matt McMuscles Wha Happun video on this game sooner rather than later.
It's for the best it would have failed anyway without the original team. I do wonder how many millions Sony wasted on this.
Aspyr Media's post is still there https://blog.playstation.co...
I guess the force wasn't strong with this one lol
I wonder how long Spider-Man 2 will last as "enough for the fanbase" before Sony is forced to present something new. The land is looking drier and drier as time goes by, Sony. Do something.
As a gamer you should not be living on hope. This is why I avoided the XBone. This is poor planning and perhaps even a bit of arrogance. Sony shut down their Japan studios which can plug some gaps. Spider-Man is not really of much interest to me (I think the games are high quality just not my thing). They also are doing this to VR owners. Who have the sum total of nothing to look ahead to.
We (psvr2 owners) have a lot to look forward to. Just not any big sony titles. Personally very excited for Bulletstorm and that Vampire Masquerade immersive sim game.
You obviously haven't seen what's coming to PSVR2
While I do agree that Sony has been unusually quiet, Final Fantasy VII Rebirth is in February. So there is another big title after Spider-Man 2.
I'll thank Square Enix for that one, not Sony.
And Death Stranding 2 later in the year, maybe even a Wolverine and a Silent Hill 2. But they are very quiet and don't seem to provide us much in the first party department. I remember they teased that they had 21 games that we didn't know about, buy nothing ever really happened.
And the PS5 keeps selling like water in the desert. I wonder how they keep doing it? How do consoles sell like this without any games to play on it?
It's not enough but when you add in FF7, Helldivers, Death Stranding 2, Wolverine, Kotor (which is not canceled), Rise of the Ronin, Stellar Blade, Concord, and FairGame$ on top of Spider-Man 2 and other third party exclusives, their is no real drought in sight. Besides the Sony made game from that list you want more and you will be getting it. Honestly I would prefer them to get out their already announced games before announcing the next set. In my ideal world, games would be announced and released in a similar time frame to the newest Bayonetta.
I mean, sure, if you remove even third-party exclusives there is no game drought. There's a ton of games coming out in general. I guess that means we just ignore the lack of first-party as long as we have any games to play. An interesting redirect from the community I'm seeing here.
Not so much a redirect as I feel that I have been pretty consistent with my view of new announcements. Thats why I referenced the Beyonetta launch only a couple of months after reveal. Allow me to give some context: From SIE we have 5 announced games from their studios that don't have ANY gameplay. They are: Wolverine, FairGame$, Concord, and Marathon, Factions. This frustrates me. Why would I get excited about new announcements when the are 5 games without any gameplay shown off yet. You keep announcing more games and it feels like a backlog in its own right. Get those other games out first or at least show some gameplay with hypothetical release dates. For me as a gamer, I don't want to be teased 2 years in advance. I don't know why people are so obsessed with other first party studios. I can't play announcements and I don't want to sit and wait forever, Do like Nintendo or even Microsoft with their shadow drops and I would be much happier. I have been very consistent with my thoughts on this and I claim that position even though I know it isn't the most popular view.
The sad part is that it isn't even that hard to simply remake a game with modern graphics. Look to the Demon Souls remake or Halo 1 & 2 remakes for an example, and there are many others. They clearly wanted to change the game, couldn't agree on the changes, so it got canned. What an idiotic handling of a straight forward task.
Such a shame; such great remake potential too.
The game is right there. How hard can it be to give us the same game, with modern graphics?
This is for the best.