A Switch over port of Celebrity Wars: Knights of the Old Republic was announced during the Nintendo Direct that aired back in September, and ultimately, after a little over a month of waiting, it s readily available for acquisition.
MOTOR was first launched on the initial Xbox as well as PC in 2003, and it was later ported to Mac, iOS, and also Android devices by Asp yr Media, the studio currently heading the PlayStation 5 and also PC remake of the classic RPG. Due to Xbox s general backwards compatibility support, the initial variation of MOTOR has been playable on Xbox 360, Xbox One, and Xbox Collection X/S consoles. Since today, it s usable on Switch over.
Four a thousand years prior to the Galactic Realm, thousands of Jedi Knights have dropped in battle versus the ruthless Sith and you are the last hope of the Jedi Order, Nintendo s summary reads. Can you master the remarkable power of the Force as well as safe the Republic? Or will you fall to the lure of the dark side?
These are the inquiries (however not every one of them as you ll be making a great deal of options) you ll be answering in MOTOR, and now, thanks to the new Change port, you can do that from the convenience of your couch or on the move.
The game will require 12 GB of room, as well as it s purely single-player. It s an action-adventure Star Wars RPG with turn-based combat, and also at the time of this writing, it s still up for preorder for $14.99. You ll get 75 Gold Coins from Nintendo for preordering also. Unusually sufficient, on the Change s Nintendo shop, the game s listing states today is the approximated release date.
Because the port s news, November 11 has been the release day. The usage of estimated makes it seem as if it could not launch today, however thinking about Nintendo hasn t publicly introduced anything concerning that (neither has Asp yr), MOTOR will most likely hit the Switch at some time later today.
While awaiting MOTOR to hit Switch over, check out Asp yr s PS5 MOTOR remake and after that take a look at this point of view piece by one of editors concerning exactly how MOTOR s most significant problem is how it plays.