The Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic remake announced last year for PlayStation 5 has been “delayed indefinitely,” according to Jason Schreier at Bloomberg. Development studio Aspyr had been working under a late 2022 release deadline, but now says 2025. Employees were told that the studio would need to take on more contract work before development would resume, which probably means the game had shot way over budget. Also, two directors were reportedly fired after Lucasfilm and Sony previewed gameplay, which… oof.
Kotaku should have more details for you. In the meantime, you may be interested in our fresh review of KOTOR II: The Sith Lords‘ Nintendo Switch port. We’ll let you know when more Knights of the Old Republic remake news pops up. (Hopefully it’s positive news next time.)