Obviously a development process Star Wars: KOTOR She was terribly agitated. The project was announced in 2021 and we have yet to see any gameplay, or any footage of any kind other than this short shot of Darth Revan. All we know about the project is that it has been acquired by different developers.
Giant Bomb’s Jeff Grubb took to his YouTube channel to answer a question about the development of the Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic remake, and when asked about a possible release date, he said he doesn’t think the remake will “ever take off.” This indicates that he hasn’t heard any promising details behind the scenes, which means he probably won’t be appearing in any shows this year.
During the podcast, Grubb was asked what he thought about the Prince of Persia remake and would it launch before KOTOR? Unfortunately, his beliefs were not devoid of bad news, as he said that he was aware of next year’s titles from Ubisoft, and the title was not mentioned at all in next year’s releases from Ubisoft.
(FYI) Jeff Grubb says “I don’t think the KOTOR Remake will ever come out”
“We’ve got Ubisoft lineup for the next fiscal year and there’s no mentioned of Prince of Persia: Remake at all.”
“I still think PoP Remake will come out before KOTOR.”
– Idle Sloth💙💛 (@IdleSloth84_) May 20, 2023
Although these words are disappointing, they are not surprising either. The development process was under the responsibility of the Aspyr Media studio, before the Embracer Group decided to transfer the project to the Saber Interactive studio, and it is not clear why this decision was taken, but it is worth noting that Aspyr was also responsible for the Switch version of Star Wars: KOTOR, which was Much lower quality than other versions.
When the project was still with developer Aspyr, two directors were reportedly fired after the game’s beta failed, and this put the project on pause, resulting in the game being indefinitely delayed.