Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic 2 Switch has been a mess from the start. Like the buggy and missing version of the original game in 2004last year Nintendo’s handheld hybrid port launched with a bug that made the game impossible to beat for some players. next patches added other issues. And now players will no longer receive the previously promised free Restoration Content DLC.
Aspyr, the studio behind the port, broke the bad news late Friday night, telling the game’s Switch owners that the update adds support for a number of fan-made mods that fix certain bugs and complete it. KOTOR 2The characters and rough ending of ‘s were unfortunately canceled. It’s basically the unofficial “final version” of Obsidian Entertainment’s excellent RPG, and Switch players will essentially miss it now, even though it was previously marketed alongside the port’s 2022 release.
“Unfortunately, we are announcing today that, Restoration Content DLC For Nintendo Switch version Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II – Sith Lords will not progress to release,” the studio tweeted “We want to thank everyone for their continued support by providing a free video game key to players who have purchased it. Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II – Sith Lords is on Nintendo Switch prior to this announcement.”
Affected games for players to choose from includes the list of other games below. Star wars Ports that Aspyr runs on:
- Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II – Sith Lords (PC)
- Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic (Key)
- Star Wars: The Force Unleashed (Key)
- Star Wars: Republic Commando (Key)
- Star Wars: Episode I Racer (Key)
- Star Wars: Jedi Knight Academy (Key)
- Star Wars: Jedi Knight II Jedi Outcast (Key)
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The first game on the list is the PC version. KOTOR 2 Which to do Include the Restoration Content DLC, but only if you have a Key that won’t help you much. And as some there are players noted, it’s unclear how the studio will compensate for these who can own all of these games anyway, which when it comes to Star wars fans is not an entirely possible scenario.
It seems that things are not going as Aspyr intended at the moment. Austin-based studio is behind a bunch of otherwise decent stuff Star wars ports and remasters acquired by Embracer $450 million in 2021. That same year, he announced a remake of the first. Knights of the Old Republic in a PS5 showcase instantly created tons of excitement. One year later Bloomberg reported the project. he’s already in trouble and it would moved to a completely new studio Under the Embracer umbrella.
When asked about the state of the game at the parent company’s latest earnings presentation, CEO Lars Wingefors said exasperatedly.no comment”