The team responsible for bringing Knights of the Old Republic 2 – The Sith Lords to Nintendo Switch has announced that its long-awaited recovery content DLC will “not continue” release.
In a statement shared on Twitter, Aspyr Media thanked the “tremendous enthusiasm and support for the Knights of the Old Republic series” and revealed that while “forever grateful” to the community “for allowing [Aspyr] Bringing this timeless series to the Nintendo Switch”, “unfortunately” no plans to move forward with porting DLC.
Since the Restored Content DLC — which started out as a fan-made PC mod — has been highly anticipated since it contains much of the content that was stripped from the original game years ago, many fans say the promise of the DLC is one of the things they buy the Switch port in the first place. the main reason.
Restoration content DLC update pic.twitter.com/P0TQtJsgRcJune 3, 2023
“Unfortunately, today we are announcing that the restored content DLC for the Nintendo Switch version of Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II – The Sith Lords will no longer be available,” the statement explained, without providing further details as to why the DLC was canceled. cancelled.
“We want to thank you all for your continued support, and we’re offering a free video game key to players who purchased Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II – Lords of the Sith on Nintendo Switch prior to this announcement.”
Instead of getting a refund — which wasn’t particularly popular with some community members — players were offered one of seven other Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic games. However, many fans said they already own the games on other platforms and would prefer to get their money back.
As of this writing, Aspyr has not responded to the complaints individually or collectively.
Yes, a remake of the original Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic – long considered one of the greatest Star Wars games of all time – is officially live.
Set 4,000 years before George Lucas’ Star Wars films, this RPG lets you see Darth Malak, the Dark Lord, at war with the Galactic Republic, and yes, there are rumors that the remake will indeed be faithful to the original story.
KOTOR Remake Will Launch On PC And As An Exclusive Timed Console ps5Although Aspyr was initially involved in the project’s development, parent company Embracer decided to hand over development to Saber Interactive to “ensure that the quality standards meet our requirements for the title”.