Hopes of the Star Wars: Knights of the Outdated Republic Remake returning steadiness to the Drive have been totally dashed, with Large Bomb journalist Jeff Grub reporting that “full cease, this sport isn’t being labored on in any means at any studio.”
Grub’s feedback are available response to these of Embracer Group boss Lars Wingford, who refused to comment on the standing of the venture, declaring: “I discover that something I say to this turns into a headline”. Knights of the Outdated Republic was being developed at Embracer-owned studios Aspyr Media and Saber Interactive.
Talking on his present, Game Mess Mornings, Grubb mentioned: “The hearsay was that it bought taken away from Aspyr, which has carried out loads of these Star Wars remasters and moved over to Saber Interactive. There have been rumours that it’s moved elsewhere since then. I need to clear it up – this sport isn’t being labored on proper now, full cease. This sport isn’t being labored on in any means at any studio.”
In September, Sony quietly started deleting all references to the remake from the web, claiming this was because of music licensing points. Speculated to be a limited-time console unique, Sony had beforehand dedicated to publishing and collaborating on the venture.