BioWare‘s Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic released to critical acclaim back in 2003, and it is still held as one of the greatest RPG’s of all time. It’s sequel (developed by Obsidian) may not have had the same degree of success but it is still highly praised, making this series one of the finest uses of this often abused licence.
According to a GameStop listing, these two forces seem set to converge on July 17 with the release of the Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic Collection. Whilst yet to be confirmed by LucasArts, the $20 listing pictured above is supported by a listing found on Amazon for what they’ve deemed the Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic I and II PC Bundle Pack.
Available to pre-order now, those such as myself that have missed out on these games could do a lot worse than designating their time and money to this collection. Whether or not the games will have been updated in any way remains to be seen, but we expect an official announcement with more details to be released soon.
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