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Star Wars KOTOR Remake Is In Danger as Trailer Hidden and Tweets Deleted

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An opportunity that is left will come to you if you are as keen as mustard, but the gone opportunity will never know what it has missed. If it’s a title that mesmerizes musicians, gamers, and film enthusiasts, then it’s imminent to call out for Star Wars.

The title of significantly ruling and riding its realm cannot be forgotten. But, what wonders the fans of Star Wars most is today, they were lost in the sky after knowing that Sony has concealed the reveal trailer of Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic Remake that was announced in 2021 to PlayStation 5. Even some of the news related to it was deleted from Twitter and other social media platforms.

This caused a wave from the sea to hit the shore with heavy bills and made fans ponder the game’s cancellation, which is immensely appreciated by the publication. The much-anticipated Star Wars KOTOR remake had its rough time as it traveled through the murky street of Aspyr to the confusing routes of Saber Interactive, and there is no way of finding why Sony privately revealed a teaser of the game. Maybe the one who made the changes in the video knows why it was like this.

First noticed on Reddit by fans, they must have noticed that Sony had locked the reveal trailer for Star Wars KOTOR Remake from the PlayStation September 2021 showcase. Upon scrutinizing, users dug out some deep-rooted information that led them to find out that Sony began deleting several tweets mentioning the game, resulting in waving only one video that promotes multiple games from the live stream.

It does mean that the negative flag is lovely to say that the publication is considering calling off the lift, and the remake might be canceled soon. A report from May this year highlighted that Sony told former developer Aspyr that the game lacked a ‘cinematic’ nature. Sony’s approach is a bit scarier and disquieting to fans expecting to play a game amidst whatever the situation may be; as of now, we can believe the game is in development, and the company will release it eventually.


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