Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic 2 is soon making a surprising comeback on iOS and Android. The Aspyr Media team is currently working on an optimized version of the role-playing game. The classic from 2004 has so far only been released for PC and Xbox. From December 18, 2020, the title can then also be played on iPhone, iPad and Android devices. According to the creators, the game has been specially optimized for mobile.
In line with the announcement, the developers have also presented a trailer for Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic 2: The Sith Lords. It also shows the first scenes from the implementation for iOS and Android. In the US, the classic will be available for $ 14.99. As in the previous version, you have the choice whether you want to join the light or dark side of the force as a Jedi. At the beginning of the year there were rumors about a remake of Knights of the Old Republic. So far, a new edition of the role-playing game has not yet been confirmed.
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