Sony deletes tweets and hides announcement video for Star Wars: Knights of the Previous Republic Remake

Kath Santarin
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Sony has eliminated all tweets pertaining to Star Wars: Knights of the Previous Republic Remake from its X account.

The corporate has additionally privatized the announcement trailer from its YouTube channel, in addition to the unique PlayStation Showcase video that mentions the sport. As of press time, the PS Weblog publish asserting KOTOR remains to be reside.

Information of Sony delisting the YouTube video first appeared on the Gaming Leaks and Rumors reddit. The data was researched and confirmed as correct by Crusader II Elessar on X, who additionally delivered to mild the deleted tweets.

Star Wars: Knights of the Previous Republic Remake was introduced throughout the September 2021 PlayStation Showcase as a PS5 launch unique and for PC. The next 12 months, its growth standing got here into query when a report surfaced stating the venture was on maintain and two of the sport's administrators had been fired.

Growth was initially dealt with by Aspyr and Lucasfilm Video games, however earlier this 12 months it was reported that Saber Interactive had taken over for Aspyr, and in Might 2023 the sport was nonetheless listed underneath energetic growth in mum or dad firm Embracer Group's full-year report.

Now, with Embracer closing studios and canceling initiatives after a $2 billion funding cope with Saudi Arabia agency Savvy Video games Group fell via, KOTOR could also be a sufferer of the fallout. Or, it is likely to be one thing on Sony's half. Neither Sony nor Embracer has issued a touch upon the matter of KOTOR of press time.

Aspyr began work on the remake three years earlier than its 2021 announcement, and KOTOR was initially projected to be launched in 2022.

Initially developed by BioWare and printed by LucasArts, the sport is taken into account among the best video video games of all-time and was launched for Xbox and PC earlier than it was ported to Mac OS X, iOS, and Android by Aspyr. It's playable on the Xbox 360 and Xbox One through backward compatibility.

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