We Might be Getting More Classic Star Wars Game on Nintendo Switch

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By Nico Parungo | More Articles Comic Book Fan and Lazy Gamer
October 08, 2019  11:09 AM


Star Wars Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast is now available on PS4 and Nintendo Switch. While the game has aged a bit, fans are just happy that they can play this title again on current-gen game systems, especially since Star Wars: Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy is coming out in early 2020. It seems like these ports are just the beginning since Elizabeth Howard, the Vice President of Aspyr Media, the publisher in charge of these games, could be bringing more classic Star Wars games.

During an interview with GameIndustry.biz, Howard revealed that she was surprised by the good reception the release of these Star Wars games has gotten. Jedi Outcast was pretty good for its time and Jedi Academy has even more fans excited, so the fact that they are teasing more Star Wars games for current-gen systems is more than good news.

Here are Howard’s comments:

“The reception to the Star Wars games... it just blows our mind. These are just our first two announcements and we have so much more coming. I just think that it's a good time to start telling the world about us, that we've been doing this a long time, and we're doing everything we can to deliver on these games.”

While we’re all hoping for certain games, most of us would like to see Knights of the Old Republic and Knights of the Old Republic 2 on Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4. Those aren’t just good Star Wars games, they are great RPGs on their own right and set the stage for classics like Mass Effect. Do it Aspyr Media!

Star Wars Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast can now be purchased on PS4 and Nintendo Switch.

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