Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic is a role-playing video game set in the Star Wars universe. Developed by BioWare and published by LucasArts , the game was released for the Xbox on July 15, 2003, and for Microsoft Windows on November 19, 2003. The game was later ported to Mac OS X , iOS , and Android by Aspyr , and it is playable on the Xbox 360 and Xbox One via their respective backwards-compatibility features.

The story of Knights of the Old Republic takes place almost 4000 years before the formation of the Galactic Empire , where Darth Malak , a Dark Lord of the Sith , has unleashed a Sith armada against the Republic . The player character, as a Jedi , must venture to different planets in the galaxy in order to defeat Malak. Players choose from three character classes and customize their characters at the beginning of the game, and engage in round-based combat against enemies. Through interacting with other characters and making plot decisions, the alignment system will determine whether the player's character aligns with the light or dark side of the Force .

The game was directed by Casey Hudson , designed by James Ohlen , and written by Drew Karpyshyn . LucasArts proposed developing a game tied to Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones , or a game set thousands of years before the prequels. The team chose the latter as they thought that they would have more creative freedom. Ed Asner , Ethan Phillips , and Jennifer Hale were hired to perform voices for the game's characters, while the soundtrack was composed by Jeremy Soule . Announced in 2000, the game was delayed several times before its release in July 2003.

By now you may have seen a rumor floating around about BioWare Austin developing a new Knights of the Old Republic game. Don’t get your hopes up too much: It’s based on old info. If BioWare ever does make a new KOTOR , it won’t be for a very long time.

The rumors originated from Liam Robertson, who helps operate the channel Unseen64 and said on a podcast last week that he’d heard BioWare’s Austin-based studio was making a new version of the classic Star Wars RPG. As transcribed by a Star Wars fan site , Robertson said: “I’ve learned now that [BioWare Austin is] pretty much now exclusively working on Star Wars games and they’re going to be doing that for the indefinite future. What they’re currently working on right now—and I have this on good authority—is a sort of remake/revival of Knights of the Old Republic. I don’t know when this is set to come out, but it has been in development for a little while now.”

Rumors like this pop up all the time, often fizzling just as quickly, but this one saw traction, making its way to the front of r/games as well as major video game websites like PC Gamer and GameSpot . Those sites combined Robertson’s rumor with a vague tweet from BioWare writer Drew Karpyshyn and voila : news. By now the internet regurgitation machine shouldn’t be too shocking:

Star Wars: The Old Republic is a massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG) based in the Star Wars universe . [3] [4] Developed by BioWare Austin and a supplemental team at BioWare Edmonton, the game was announced on October 21, 2008. [5] The video game was released for the Microsoft Windows platform on December 20, 2011 in North America and part of Europe. [6] [7] [8] [9] Early access to the game began one week before release, on December 13, 2011, for those who had pre-ordered the game online; access opened in "waves" based on pre-order date. [9]

This story takes place in the Star Wars fictional universe shortly after the establishment of a tenuous peace between the re-emergent Sith Empire and the Galactic Republic . The game features eight different classes. Each of the eight classes has a three act storyline that progresses as the character levels up. Players join either the Republic or the Sith, but players may possess a morality at any point along the light/dark spectrum. Different classes favor different styles of gameplay, and the game features extensive customization options, fully voiced dialogue, companion characters, and dialogue options similar to BioWare's own Mass Effect series.

This story takes place in the Star Wars fictional universe shortly after the establishment of a tenuous peace between the re-emergent Sith Empire and the Galactic Republic , [14] 300 years after the events of the Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic games, and more than 3,600 [15] years before the events in the Star Wars films. [16] [17]

Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic is a role-playing video game set in the Star Wars universe. Developed by BioWare and published by LucasArts , the game was released for the Xbox on July 15, 2003, and for Microsoft Windows on November 19, 2003. The game was later ported to Mac OS X , iOS , and Android by Aspyr , and it is playable on the Xbox 360 and Xbox One via their respective backwards-compatibility features.

The story of Knights of the Old Republic takes place almost 4000 years before the formation of the Galactic Empire , where Darth Malak , a Dark Lord of the Sith , has unleashed a Sith armada against the Republic . The player character, as a Jedi , must venture to different planets in the galaxy in order to defeat Malak. Players choose from three character classes and customize their characters at the beginning of the game, and engage in round-based combat against enemies. Through interacting with other characters and making plot decisions, the alignment system will determine whether the player's character aligns with the light or dark side of the Force .

The game was directed by Casey Hudson , designed by James Ohlen , and written by Drew Karpyshyn . LucasArts proposed developing a game tied to Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones , or a game set thousands of years before the prequels. The team chose the latter as they thought that they would have more creative freedom. Ed Asner , Ethan Phillips , and Jennifer Hale were hired to perform voices for the game's characters, while the soundtrack was composed by Jeremy Soule . Announced in 2000, the game was delayed several times before its release in July 2003.

By now you may have seen a rumor floating around about BioWare Austin developing a new Knights of the Old Republic game. Don’t get your hopes up too much: It’s based on old info. If BioWare ever does make a new KOTOR , it won’t be for a very long time.

The rumors originated from Liam Robertson, who helps operate the channel Unseen64 and said on a podcast last week that he’d heard BioWare’s Austin-based studio was making a new version of the classic Star Wars RPG. As transcribed by a Star Wars fan site , Robertson said: “I’ve learned now that [BioWare Austin is] pretty much now exclusively working on Star Wars games and they’re going to be doing that for the indefinite future. What they’re currently working on right now—and I have this on good authority—is a sort of remake/revival of Knights of the Old Republic. I don’t know when this is set to come out, but it has been in development for a little while now.”

Rumors like this pop up all the time, often fizzling just as quickly, but this one saw traction, making its way to the front of r/games as well as major video game websites like PC Gamer and GameSpot . Those sites combined Robertson’s rumor with a vague tweet from BioWare writer Drew Karpyshyn and voila : news. By now the internet regurgitation machine shouldn’t be too shocking:

Star Wars: The Old Republic is a massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG) based in the Star Wars universe . [3] [4] Developed by BioWare Austin and a supplemental team at BioWare Edmonton, the game was announced on October 21, 2008. [5] The video game was released for the Microsoft Windows platform on December 20, 2011 in North America and part of Europe. [6] [7] [8] [9] Early access to the game began one week before release, on December 13, 2011, for those who had pre-ordered the game online; access opened in "waves" based on pre-order date. [9]

This story takes place in the Star Wars fictional universe shortly after the establishment of a tenuous peace between the re-emergent Sith Empire and the Galactic Republic . The game features eight different classes. Each of the eight classes has a three act storyline that progresses as the character levels up. Players join either the Republic or the Sith, but players may possess a morality at any point along the light/dark spectrum. Different classes favor different styles of gameplay, and the game features extensive customization options, fully voiced dialogue, companion characters, and dialogue options similar to BioWare's own Mass Effect series.

This story takes place in the Star Wars fictional universe shortly after the establishment of a tenuous peace between the re-emergent Sith Empire and the Galactic Republic , [14] 300 years after the events of the Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic games, and more than 3,600 [15] years before the events in the Star Wars films. [16] [17]

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Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic is a role-playing video game set in the Star Wars universe. Developed by BioWare and published by LucasArts , the game was released for the Xbox on July 15, 2003, and for Microsoft Windows on November 19, 2003. The game was later ported to Mac OS X , iOS , and Android by Aspyr , and it is playable on the Xbox 360 and Xbox One via their respective backwards-compatibility features.

The story of Knights of the Old Republic takes place almost 4000 years before the formation of the Galactic Empire , where Darth Malak , a Dark Lord of the Sith , has unleashed a Sith armada against the Republic . The player character, as a Jedi , must venture to different planets in the galaxy in order to defeat Malak. Players choose from three character classes and customize their characters at the beginning of the game, and engage in round-based combat against enemies. Through interacting with other characters and making plot decisions, the alignment system will determine whether the player's character aligns with the light or dark side of the Force .

The game was directed by Casey Hudson , designed by James Ohlen , and written by Drew Karpyshyn . LucasArts proposed developing a game tied to Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones , or a game set thousands of years before the prequels. The team chose the latter as they thought that they would have more creative freedom. Ed Asner , Ethan Phillips , and Jennifer Hale were hired to perform voices for the game's characters, while the soundtrack was composed by Jeremy Soule . Announced in 2000, the game was delayed several times before its release in July 2003.

By now you may have seen a rumor floating around about BioWare Austin developing a new Knights of the Old Republic game. Don’t get your hopes up too much: It’s based on old info. If BioWare ever does make a new KOTOR , it won’t be for a very long time.

The rumors originated from Liam Robertson, who helps operate the channel Unseen64 and said on a podcast last week that he’d heard BioWare’s Austin-based studio was making a new version of the classic Star Wars RPG. As transcribed by a Star Wars fan site , Robertson said: “I’ve learned now that [BioWare Austin is] pretty much now exclusively working on Star Wars games and they’re going to be doing that for the indefinite future. What they’re currently working on right now—and I have this on good authority—is a sort of remake/revival of Knights of the Old Republic. I don’t know when this is set to come out, but it has been in development for a little while now.”

Rumors like this pop up all the time, often fizzling just as quickly, but this one saw traction, making its way to the front of r/games as well as major video game websites like PC Gamer and GameSpot . Those sites combined Robertson’s rumor with a vague tweet from BioWare writer Drew Karpyshyn and voila : news. By now the internet regurgitation machine shouldn’t be too shocking:

Star Wars: The Old Republic is a massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG) based in the Star Wars universe . [3] [4] Developed by BioWare Austin and a supplemental team at BioWare Edmonton, the game was announced on October 21, 2008. [5] The video game was released for the Microsoft Windows platform on December 20, 2011 in North America and part of Europe. [6] [7] [8] [9] Early access to the game began one week before release, on December 13, 2011, for those who had pre-ordered the game online; access opened in "waves" based on pre-order date. [9]

This story takes place in the Star Wars fictional universe shortly after the establishment of a tenuous peace between the re-emergent Sith Empire and the Galactic Republic . The game features eight different classes. Each of the eight classes has a three act storyline that progresses as the character levels up. Players join either the Republic or the Sith, but players may possess a morality at any point along the light/dark spectrum. Different classes favor different styles of gameplay, and the game features extensive customization options, fully voiced dialogue, companion characters, and dialogue options similar to BioWare's own Mass Effect series.

This story takes place in the Star Wars fictional universe shortly after the establishment of a tenuous peace between the re-emergent Sith Empire and the Galactic Republic , [14] 300 years after the events of the Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic games, and more than 3,600 [15] years before the events in the Star Wars films. [16] [17]

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Star Wars: The Old Republic is a massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG) based in the Star Wars universe. Developed by BioWare Austin and a ...

Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic is a role-playing video game set in the Star Wars universe. Developed by BioWare and published by LucasArts , the game was released for the Xbox on July 15, 2003, and for Microsoft Windows on November 19, 2003. The game was later ported to Mac OS X , iOS , and Android by Aspyr , and it is playable on the Xbox 360 and Xbox One via their respective backwards-compatibility features.

The story of Knights of the Old Republic takes place almost 4000 years before the formation of the Galactic Empire , where Darth Malak , a Dark Lord of the Sith , has unleashed a Sith armada against the Republic . The player character, as a Jedi , must venture to different planets in the galaxy in order to defeat Malak. Players choose from three character classes and customize their characters at the beginning of the game, and engage in round-based combat against enemies. Through interacting with other characters and making plot decisions, the alignment system will determine whether the player's character aligns with the light or dark side of the Force .

The game was directed by Casey Hudson , designed by James Ohlen , and written by Drew Karpyshyn . LucasArts proposed developing a game tied to Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones , or a game set thousands of years before the prequels. The team chose the latter as they thought that they would have more creative freedom. Ed Asner , Ethan Phillips , and Jennifer Hale were hired to perform voices for the game's characters, while the soundtrack was composed by Jeremy Soule . Announced in 2000, the game was delayed several times before its release in July 2003.

By now you may have seen a rumor floating around about BioWare Austin developing a new Knights of the Old Republic game. Don’t get your hopes up too much: It’s based on old info. If BioWare ever does make a new KOTOR , it won’t be for a very long time.

The rumors originated from Liam Robertson, who helps operate the channel Unseen64 and said on a podcast last week that he’d heard BioWare’s Austin-based studio was making a new version of the classic Star Wars RPG. As transcribed by a Star Wars fan site , Robertson said: “I’ve learned now that [BioWare Austin is] pretty much now exclusively working on Star Wars games and they’re going to be doing that for the indefinite future. What they’re currently working on right now—and I have this on good authority—is a sort of remake/revival of Knights of the Old Republic. I don’t know when this is set to come out, but it has been in development for a little while now.”

Rumors like this pop up all the time, often fizzling just as quickly, but this one saw traction, making its way to the front of r/games as well as major video game websites like PC Gamer and GameSpot . Those sites combined Robertson’s rumor with a vague tweet from BioWare writer Drew Karpyshyn and voila : news. By now the internet regurgitation machine shouldn’t be too shocking:

Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic is a role-playing video game set in the Star Wars universe. Developed by BioWare and published by LucasArts , the game was released for the Xbox on July 15, 2003, and for Microsoft Windows on November 19, 2003. The game was later ported to Mac OS X , iOS , and Android by Aspyr , and it is playable on the Xbox 360 and Xbox One via their respective backwards-compatibility features.

The story of Knights of the Old Republic takes place almost 4000 years before the formation of the Galactic Empire , where Darth Malak , a Dark Lord of the Sith , has unleashed a Sith armada against the Republic . The player character, as a Jedi , must venture to different planets in the galaxy in order to defeat Malak. Players choose from three character classes and customize their characters at the beginning of the game, and engage in round-based combat against enemies. Through interacting with other characters and making plot decisions, the alignment system will determine whether the player's character aligns with the light or dark side of the Force .

The game was directed by Casey Hudson , designed by James Ohlen , and written by Drew Karpyshyn . LucasArts proposed developing a game tied to Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones , or a game set thousands of years before the prequels. The team chose the latter as they thought that they would have more creative freedom. Ed Asner , Ethan Phillips , and Jennifer Hale were hired to perform voices for the game's characters, while the soundtrack was composed by Jeremy Soule . Announced in 2000, the game was delayed several times before its release in July 2003.

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