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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 12:45pm 15/10/18 | 1 Comments
A couple of years ago we saw some early footage of a planned fan-remake of classic Bioware RPG Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, created in Unreal Engine 4. Ambitious to say the least, and even though early footage looked nothing short of great, a project of this size by a small team would have taken many years to complete.

And we say would have because the, well, inevitable has happened - Lucasfilm has shut down the project. With the developers taking to Twitter to announce the sad turn of events, whilst also posting the cease-and-desist-and-destroy-all-code letter from Lucasfilm.

As of writing the project site for the game has been taken down, but ealry gameplay footage can still be found.

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Posted 07:07pm 15/10/18
This is as sad as it's not surprising. If Disney were smart they'd employ this team and make some actual money off it!
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