After reports that the remake of Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic had been postponed indefinitely, it may be time to find a new creator

After reports that the remake of Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic had been postponed indefinit ...

According to a Bloomberg story back in July, Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic fans were concerned that the remake of the game would be postponed indefinitely.

Aspyr media was developing the remake of Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, but the game was put on hold indefinitely after a finalized demo of the game was shown to Lucas Film Ltd. and Sony Group Corp., two of the game's production partners. The meeting with the partners did not go smoothly, and a series of firings and internal discussions ensued, resulting in the game being delayed for an infinite period.

Saber Interactive, the parent company of Aspyrs, is said to have taken over. According to Game Rant, Embracer Group has confirmed that one of its AAA projects has moved to another studio.

The move to Saber Interactive is part of a larger shakeup at Embracer Group, which bought up a number of other game studios last night and moved other things around within the company. Embracer Group did not name Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic specifically, although most people think it is a remake.

Saber Interactive has quite a few game titles under its belt, and the Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic remake fits the studio's capabilities and expertise. It's very probable that the game will be postponed forever until Saber Interactive can have a solid amount of time to decide where it wants the game to go.

The remake of Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic was originally scheduled to be released this year, but fans are hopeful that this will not be the case anymore, and the game will be pushed all the way back to 2025, according to the Bloomberg report. Now that the game has switched studios, it may push that date back even further if Saber Interactive starts all over again.