Lucasfilm considers the "Knight of the Old Republic" plan

  • Lucasfilm head Kathleen Kennedy recently confirmed that the production company is considering developing something related to the classic role-playing game "Star Wars: The Knights of the Old Republic." If you don't know about this game, you can visit here: https://www.mmoah.com/swtor

    "About the Cavaliers of the Old Republic, many fans are very concerned about this. Is there any development?" MTV reporter Josh Horowitz asked Kennedy during the Star Wars celebration last weekend.

    "You know, we have been talking about this," Kennedy said. "Yes, we are developing something that deserves attention. Now, I don't know where things might happen, but we have to be careful. The progress of Star Wars is not much more than the beginning. We don't have crystal balls, you know, We tried a little 'Solo' to see if we had the chance to make two movies a year. I don't think this will continue to happen. So, we take a step back. But that doesn't mean we don't think about different stories. Because this is an exciting thing."

    "Knight of the Old Republic" is widely regarded as one of the best role-playing games of all time. It was first published by LucasArts in 2003. The game was set up about 4,000 years before the establishment of the Galaxy Empire. One named Dasma Lord Lark’s Sith launched a fleet against the Republic. The player was a Jedi Knight whose mission was to stop him. In the process, you may need to use a lot of similar character equipment and SWTOR Credits EU , of course, this is not difficult to obtain. This game has been very successful with the launch and the number of players is growing. A sequel to the announcement by Obsidian Entertainment in 2004. It is still available on PCs, as well as iOS and Android. Specifically, you can find out on the official website.

    According to Kennedy, we can simply judge if Lucasfilm is working on the “KotOR” project, it is likely to be at the beginning, or just casually mentioned. However, it is worth noting that director Ryan Johnson and "Power Game" show hosts David Benioff and D.B. Weiss are planning a new "Star Wars" trilogy. Although Johnson has confirmed that his trilogy will not involve the Old Republic, no one knows when and where Benioff and Weiss's projects will be held.