Fans of the iconic video game Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic were eagerly waiting for its highly-anticipated remake. However, recent reports from journalist Jeff Grubb suggest that the project has hit a major roadblock and is no longer progressing. This news comes as a significant setback for the fans who were eagerly waiting for the game’s release.
A few years ago, it was announced that Knights of the Old Republic, a popular Star Wars game, would be remade. This project was not just another addition to the Star Wars universe but a revival of a game that had achieved a near-mythical status among fans. However, last year, signs of trouble emerged when news broke about the project’s indefinite delay and the original developer, Aspyr Media, being removed from the project.
Jeff Grubb, who is famous for his analysis of the gaming industry, recently provided an update on the current state of a certain project on his podcast, Game Mess Mornings, hosted by Giant Bomb. According to Grubb’s remarks, the development of the project has not only slowed down but has completely halted, even at Saber Interactive, which was said to have taken over the project after Aspyr Media.