Dev admits that ‘Star Wars: KOTOR 2’ is impossible to complete on Switch
Among all the Star Wars Celebration hype, Nintendo Switch owners received a real treat a few weeks back. The 2004 classic Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic I – The Sith Lords was brought over with enhanced visuals.
It was not finished, despite being loved as much as the original. It was not as if “DLC” was added later, so the game was probably rushed. There was a lot of cut content. It’s so cool that range will be restored to the game later. Amazingly, an 18-year-old game can get such an update.
You might think the KOTOR II port is a must-have title. Kotaku reported that the game is currently unfinished due to bugs. Although the developers are aware of this, there is now no timeline for releasing a fix.
Aspyr was contacted directly by a Twitter user to inquire if they knew the game had such a problem. I have been stuck on the Onderon Basilisk Crash for over a week. They asked.
“Hi, this issue is known and will be fixed in the next patch,” Aspyr replied. “We cannot give an ETA at the moment, but we will let you know when it is live.”
@Moo_Resolutions asked: “Just to clarify, you’re aware there is no way for this game to be completed currently?” Aspyr responded: “Yes, indeed, we are aware. Our dev team is working to deliver the patch as soon possible.” We apologize for any inconvenience caused, and we appreciate your patience.
This is a bad idea. Also, it was previously announced that players would need to create new save files to access the “restored contents” DLC. This will be done later this year.