There's a PlayStation 5 exclusive game that seems to be in serious trouble. We're referring to the remake of Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, a project that was revealed in 2021 and opened a PlayStation Showcase.
Embracer Group is going through its worst moment, which has affected the development of the title. The company has remained silent about its status, and recently, its CEO refused to discuss it. In the midst of doubts, a reliable source revealed that the title is practically dead and will not become a reality.
Did the Star Wars: KOTOR Remake get canceled? They suggest so
In the latest Giant Bomb podcast, Jeff Grubb, one of the industry's most reliable sources, discussed the Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic remake and Embracer's refusal to talk about the project.
According to his sources, the game's development is completely halted and will not become a reality in any way or by any studio. Therefore, he suggests that it is unlikely that any company will pick it up at any time.
Grubb also mentions that it's a red flag that Sony has practically cut ties with the project by deleting related material on social media and YouTube. He adds that he is 100% sure that the game is not in active development for now.
For many, this is a sign that the title will be officially canceled sooner or later. While Grubb is a reliable source, neither Embracer nor PlayStation has revealed details about the project's status, so it's best to wait. You can listen to the statements in the video above, at the 31:21 mark.