Any fan of the Star Wars franchise will know that the Star Wars: Knights of the Outdated Republic and its sequel Star Wars: Knights of the Outdated Republic II—The Sith Lords are a few of the greatest video games to have ever been made across the Star Wars universe. So good in reality that they’re nonetheless being ported onto newer programs nowadays, with the most recent being Star Wars: KOTOR II that launched onto the Nintendo Change earlier this month.
Nonetheless, in case you’ve lately obtained your self Star Wars: KOTOR II on the Change, you would possibly wish to play it just a bit slower than you usually would. It appears as if that—delicate spoilers forward—while you land on Onderon and enter the Basilisk Crash cutscene, there’s a excessive likelihood that the sport will find yourself crashing. Loads of players have since reported the problem, with some even discovering loopholes to skip the cutscene utilizing a cheat menu.
Aspyr, the sport studio that carried out the work to port the sport to the Nintendo Change has since confirmed the problem. They’d first replied to a person complaining about it by stating that it’s a recognized situation. The Aspyr staff additionally confirms that this mainly implies that the sport can’t really be accomplished correctly proper now. There’s additionally now a help web page highlighting the problem on the Aspyr web site.
Aspyr did nonetheless point out that they’re presently engaged on it, and that the repair will come within the subsequent patch for Star Wars: KOTOR II on Change. That being mentioned, they had been unable to offer an ETA for when the patch shall be obtainable. Evidently although, many players aren’t pleased that Aspyr launched the sport in a state that fairly actually wouldn’t enable anybody to complete the sport. For those who’re planning to purchase the sport for your self, it’s secure to say that you just in all probability shouldn’t till Aspyr points a repair for it.
“We’ve acquired participant experiences of a recreation crash occurring after the Basilisk Crash cutscene when touchdown on Onderon.
This can be a recognized situation and shall be addressed within the subsequent patch. We’re presently investigating workarounds for this situation and can replace this text with any new info and patch dates as we get them,” – Aspyr
Funnily sufficient, this error from Aspyr virtually has a sense of deva ju to it, as again when Star Wars: KOTOR II first debuted in 2005, a few reviewers had additionally highlighted the sport being in an ‘incomplete’ state. There have been loads of bugs and glitches within the shipped product that was finally blamed on the builders dashing it to fulfill deadlines.[ SOURCE 2 ]