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Game developer admits Nintendo Switch can't match Knights of the Old Republic 2

It is an unending range of The Sith, and so are the bugs in games.

The Nintendo Switch port of Knights of the Old Republic 2: The Sith Lords (KOTOR 2) was released over 17 years ago, but there is a bug that prevents the game from being completed. 

According to a tweet from Aspyr Media, the bug has been fixed.

Earlier this month, Aspyr Media released The Sith Lords for Nintendo Switch. The game's Twitter user Daniel Moore responded to a promotional tweet asking if the company was aware that the game's Onderon Basilisk crash prevented them from completing the game for a 'week now.'

The company said it's a 'known issue, but it can't give an estimated date for a fix.'

Obsidian Entertainment originally developed The Sith Lords as a third-person action game. As a lone Jedi, the player must thwart the Sith's plans to destroy the Jedi.

As a lone Jedi, the player must thwart the Sith's plans to destroy the Jedi.

It is up to the player whether they choose the Dark or Light Side of the Force as in previous games in the Knights of the Old Republic series.

It's one of the first Star Wars video games, and it's now available on mobile devices, macOS, and Windows PC.

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