Embracer Group CEO Lars Wingefors reportedly dodged questions about the status of the Knights of the Old Republic remake during a conference call with investors today.
When it comes to the Knights of the Old Republic remake, things aren’t going so well. Last year, development on the project switched from his Aspyr to Saber Interactive, but the change led to some reports that his 2024 release was “wishful thinking.” In fact, since the game was announced at his last PlayStation Showcase, things have been so confusing that one insider even claimed last week that he doesn’t expect a KOTOR remake to come out. .
If you thought that was a bad sign, there might be an even worse sign. According to Stephen Totilo of AxiosEmbracer CEO Lars Wingefors dodged questions about the Knights of the Old Republic during a conference call with investors earlier today. During the conference call, one investor told Wingefors, “I’d like to take a look at the current status of the development of the ‘Knights of the Old Republic’ remake and what it looks like. I want you to clarify.”
To this question, Wingefors apparently replied, “Favorite question,” before waiting for investors to stop laughing. After finishing the laugh, Wingefors said, “I have no further comment,” but insiders and reporters, in particular, have expressed concerns about the game’s current state of development, and have questioned whether the game will ever be released. This doesn’t seem like a very good idea, given that people are even questioning it.
According to TotiloWingefors was apparently going to say more about the game than “no more comment”, but an investor relations interviewer spoke on his behalf, and Totilo kept quiet about this and asked the interviewee to speak. He pointed out that it should be taken as an eternal lesson. that blank. If so, we might know a little bit more about this game.
However, Wingeforce’s silence on the matter is pretty much the only comment we need, but Embracer says the project is in trouble as it becomes more apparent with each new insider tip. Lack of response from Many believe the company is doomed to fail or is already crippled, but it will likely take much longer than previously speculated.
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