Saber Interactive, the creator of Evil Dead, has joined forces with Aspyr to develop the upcoming Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic remake.
A board member for the Q4 Embracer Group reported that Aspyr and Saber Interactive were working on the remake, describing it as a "massive product."
"Aspyr has gone full in to make this the best game that they can help," said the author. When Aspyr was acquired, we knew from the start that they would require our help [and] Saber has great experience in creating these kinds of products.
"We''re certain that the game will be fantastic," says the author, who believes. Even when you''re talking about a game already old - very old - we''ve basically had to remake it from scratch, before assuring that we''ll hear more "in the next several months."
While this presents us with a broader timeline for what to expect about the KOTOR remake, we might make a guess that it will be held at Geoff Keighley''s Summer Games Fest, which will take place on 9th June.
Aspyr has previously stated that the program will bring some newcomers to the series, as well as being capable of attracting long-term gamers.
"We''ve worked closely with Lucasfilm Games on classic Star Wars games for years, and that commitment has instilled in our team a deep love and respect for these iconic titles, as well as a unique perspective on how to use them throughout the day," Ryan Treadwell said of the game''s announcement last year.
The Star Wars KOTOR remake will be a PlayStation console and PC exclusive for the first time.