Sony is suspicious about this project. Maybe they should stand up in front of the public and tell us what’s going on.
In September 2021, two years ago, the first video for Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic Remake debuted. Since then, it has been made private, and while that move alone is suspicious, the tweets about it have been removed! The originally-released-in-2003 game would first be released on console for PlayStation 5, but Disney, more specifically LucasFilm Games, have also confirmed that they are looking to bring the game to PC. We didn’t hear anything about the project until last year when a rumor surfaced that it had been delayed indefinitely and that Aspyr Media, the developer of the project, had been removed from the development position due to the financial results of the Embracer Group…
@Crusader3456 wrote on Twitter that although the video is in the 2021 PlayStation Showcase, the standalone trailer has been hidden by Sony, who recently deleted the tweets. Google cached them (just type “Knights of the Old Republic twitter.com/playstation” into the search engine; the link has been saved, but you get a deleted error message). The tweet got archived in 2022, so we’re not making it up.
Sony hasn’t even explained why they’ve covered their tracks on Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic Remake, and knowing the company, they’ll keep quiet about it until the end. They think they can sweep the whole thing under the carpet, but they should realize that it’s impossible because the internet never forgets and watches with a wary eye. Either Sony, Embracer, or Disney will have to come out in the open and tell the public what is going on. Maybe someone else is developing the project. They may have taken the game in a different direction.
We can only speculate, and that is the saddest part of the whole situation.