Star Wars: Knights Of The Old Republic Remake Reportedly Launching 2023

Fans have been begging for a Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic Remake for years. But thankfully, it could actually be with us a lot sooner than any of us expected. This is at least according to a Star Wars leaker, who claims that it's set for a 2023 launch, with 2022 dedicated to two other space opera games.

According to Star Wars insider Bespin, the KOTOR remake will soon become a top priority following the launch of a Fallen Order sequel later this year. This suggests that Lucasfilm is well aware of how desired the title is, putting in the manpower it would give a big mainline series release.

"From what I’ve gathered from various sources, following the Fallen Order sequel, the next game in line to release will be the Knights of the Old Republic Remake in 2023", Bespin writes in a recent blog post.

While this might feel like a million miles away right now, this is a decent deal considering the circumstances. The KOTOR remake was only revealed last September, and even then, only with the teasiest of teaser trailers, with not a scrap of gameplay in sight. If 2023 really is the aim, then we're probably in for a hell of an E3 trailer this year.

Bespin notes that, as with pretty much every video game release date right now, nothing is set in stone. The pandemic – especially with the recent spread of the Omicron variant – can still cause delays. However, it's worth noting that Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order 2's internal release date hasn't actually shifted since January 2020, according to Bespin, and has always been set for fall 2022. Fingers crossed, the same can be said for the KOTOR remake.

Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic Remake is set to launch exclusive for PS5, but will get a PC release at a later date, likely after a year on the platform. An Xbox release has not been reported as of yet.

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