RUMOR: Jeff Grubb Is Skeptical On KOTOR Remake Releasing

KOTOR Remake Is Reportedly Never Coming Out

Rizwan Anwer
Rizwan Anwer
2 Min Read
  • KOTOR Remake nowhere to be seen
  • Jeff is skeptical on the title releasing
  • Has higher hopes of Prince of Persia Remake over KOTOR Remake

On the latest episode of his podcast on YouTube, Jeff Grubb, the famous industry insider in the gaming world talks about his skepticism on the unlikely release of KOTOR remake, which has been radio silent in details ever since its announcement a few years ago. Could this mean the end of the remake?

KOTOR Remake – Died Before It Began?

A couple of years ago, the KOTOR remake was announced on PlayStation’s Showcase and immediately sent fans spiraling into excitement for being able to play the nearly 20-year-old masterpiece with modern hardware. However, there would soon be reports from Bloomberg citing the game was taken away from Aspyr and given off to Saber Interactive.

It has been almost 2 years since the announcement, and we haven’t heard anything new at all on an official capacity from anyone about the KOTOR Remake, which has become worrying.

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It appears matters have gotten much worse on Grubb’s latest episode of the podcast where he says that even the rumored Prince of Persia: Sands of Time Remake is more likely to come out before KOTOR Remake, which alone is cause for concern since Ubisoft has also been silent about that title for the longest period ever since announcing that it is now being developed by a new Ubisoft studio.

It would be unfortunate for a title like the KOTOR Remake to die before it ever began, but this has happened before with Star Wars 1313.

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