Has Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic Remake Been Canceled?

Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic remake canceled

The status of the Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic remake seems to be up in the air with rumors circulating that the game may have been canceled.

The rumors began when Sony made the trailer for the remake private as well as deleting the announcement post made on Twitter.

Originally in development at Aspyr Media, Embracer Group shifted the game over to Saber Interactive in August 2022. The move was made after apparent issues within Aspyr Media during the game’s development. Embracer Group called it a “restructuring program” at the time.

Since that news, however, no updates on the game have been provided. Even Embracer’s CEO Lars Wingefors declined to comment on the game back in May when asked by an investor.

When it was first announced in 2021, the game was planned to be a timed exclusive for the PlayStation 5. A PC and Xbox Series X|S version of the game were also expected to be released, however.

Insider Gaming had reached out to both Embracer Group and Saber Interactive, but both declined to comment on whether the Knights of the Old Republic remake has been canceled or if the timed-exclusive deal with Sony was no more.

Lucasfilm also was reached for comment on the status of the game.

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