Star Wars: Knights of the Outdated Republic II: The Sith Lords on Nintendo Swap is affected by a game-breaking bug that’s stopping gamers from having the ability to progress and end the story, and sadly there’s presently no information on when house owners can anticipate a patch to restore it.
Developer Aspyr conceded on Twitter earlier at this time that it’s conscious there’s presently no option to end the sport, however apologised for the inconvenience and famous its group was “engaged on delivering the patch as quickly as potential.”
Yeah I used to be one of many customers who reported it earlier than it was a recognized problem.
Simply to be clear you are conscious that there isn’t a option to full this recreation presently?
— Daniel Moore (@Moo_Resolutions) June 20, 2022
Aspyr revealed a notice on its assist web page late final week saying the studio had acquired participant reviews of “a recreation crash occurring after the Basilisk Crash cutscene when touchdown on Onderon.”
Star Wars: Knights of the Outdated Republic II: The Sith Lords, which was initially developed by Obsidian Leisure and revealed by LucasArts on Xbox in 2004 and PC in 2005, was launched on Swap earlier this month.
Aspyr can also be presently engaged on a remake of the primary Star Wars: Knights of the Outdated Republic, which can be coming to PlayStation 5 as a console unique at launch alongside a PC launch, with different consoles probably to be revealed at a later date.
Luke is Video games Editor at IGN’s Sydney workplace. You’ll be able to chat to him on Twitter @MrLukeReilly.