Classic Star Wars RPG coming to iOS and Android

Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic 2: The Sith Lords is coming to mobile devices

Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords, (yes that was a mouthful), is finally getting a port to both iOS and Android devices. The game being ported to the devices by Aspyr Media, who also ported the first game in this series, Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic last year to great fan reception. I personally loved both games and if you like you could check out my top 5 star wars games, which includes both titles. Finally Star Wars KotOR 2 on Android.

The Knights of the Old Republic is set around 4000 years before the formation of the galactic empire with the sequel being set 5 years after the events of the first game. You play the game as a former Jedi Knight exiled from the force. Which explained the canonical name for the game, ‘the exile’. The game is a DnD styled RPG and will take you on a journey through the galaxy from planet to planet. (6 in total). The game includes a fantastic story with alot of choices to make. Most of the puzzles should be easy enough apart from the Kotor 2 Sith test. Throughout the game the exile will meet companions along the way which will help him navigate the galaxy, quests, battles and help restore your connection to the force. You make many choices along the way that can turn you towards the dark, or the light side of the force. The dark side is always a fun option to choose that is until you get to Korriban and have to do the Sith test. For that I always just find myself Googling Kotor 2 Sith test to figure out how to get through it. I imagine it will be the same from Kotor 2 PC to Kotor 2 Android.

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The mobile port of the first game was very well received by all. Though on some older devices (understandably), the game doesn’t run to well, with users complaining about choppy frame rates and texture issues. Personally on my Galaxy S8 the game runs very well. Aspyr media has said, replying to a comment on the trailer on YouTube, that the popular fan-made mod The Sith Lords Restored Content Modification, (or TSLRCM for short) will not be included in the game. It is a port of the base game only, as it was released.

The game is set to release on the 18th of December on iOS and Android devices. Pre-registration is available on the Play Store and the game will cost $10 USD.

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