The beloved Star Wars RPG Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic II most commonly known as KOTOR 2 by fans which was originally released back in 2004 which had you create your own Jedi and venture around various areas in the star wars universe has had a recent release in 2022 on the Nintendo switch, this release was mainly unchanged from the 2004 release and it was recently discovered that due to a game-breaking bug the game is currently unbeatable according to VGC
One Twitter user that goes by Daniel Moore discovered that the crash occurred after the Basilisk crash cutscene this bug was apparently reported to Aspyr Media who were in charge of porting the beloved star wars game to switch before it became a known issue, Aspyr Media responded by saying that this was a known issue that will be fixed in the next patch but currently there is no ETA on when that patch would actually go live.
Yeah I was one of the users who reported it before it was a known issue.
Just to be clear you're aware that there is no way to complete this game currently?
— Daniel Moore (@Moo_Resolutions) June 20, 2022
KOTOR II which was released all the way back in 2004 saw a port to the Nintendo switch along with the previous entry this continues the trend with various old games being rereleased on the popular Nintendo Switch console and while quite a few have been a rather rough port the unique selling point of being able to take a lot of your old favourite games with you anywhere on the go is too tempting to pass up the game itself back in 2004 while being beloved and seen as a successor to the previous entry is believed to mainly be unfinished however with various bugs and missing content has not been changed that much from being ported over, however, Aspyr Media has promised that a free DLC that is slated to come later this year will restore various missing content from the game that many fans who have played the original game will not have seen. Still, a warning to those that are looking forward to this DLC it’s been confirmed that due to how intricate this DLC will be you will have to create a brand new save in order to enjoy this free DLC.
Aspyr media are also working on creating a complete remake of Knights Of The Old Republic (KOTOR) which was announced back in 2021 during a PlayStation showcase the game is being remade from the ground up and planned to be released on both the PS5 and PC with a release date currently unknown
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