The Star Wars: KOTOR II Restored Content material DLC for the Nintendo Change has been canceled

The Nintendo Change port of Star Wars: Knights of the Outdated Republic II just isn’t getting the free Restored Content material DLC that developer Aspyr Media promised at launch, the company announced late yesterday on Twitter. As an alternative, the studio is providing a comfort prize of free Star Wars sport keys for anybody who has purchased the sport, which Aspyr says will be executed by means of its assist web page (although it doesn’t specify how).

The apology video games embody the unique KOTOR Change port, KOTOR II on Steam, Star Wars: Episode I Racer, Star Wars: The Drive Unleashed, and others.

The Restored Content material DLC began as a fan-made mod that integrated components of the sport that had been lower from its authentic launch, as some thought of the sport to be incomplete in its revealed kind.

Aspyr’s Change port of KOTOR II was one way or the other even much less full at launch. Like, you couldn’t truly beat the sport. The developer admitted to being conscious of the issue, and issued a repair the next month. After that flawed execution and a poor exhibiting at a demo with Lucasfilm and Sony, Aspyr’s mum or dad firm, Embracer Group, shuffled the port of the primary Knights of the Outdated Republic sport over to Saber Interactive, citing a need to “guarantee the standard bar is the place we want it to be for the title.”

We’ve reached out to Aspyr for extra data, and can replace if we obtain a response.

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