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KOTOR Remake will be sold by Embracer

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Embracer Group is close to making its biggest move during the already announced restructuring period. Evidence suggests that Saber Interactive will be sold for US$500 million and will continue working on the remake of Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic.

With the negotiation, the developer will officially become a private company and will have the support of a group of investors made up of 3,500 employees. The news would have been confirmed by journalist Jason Schreier, from Bloomberg, but none of the parties involved decided to comment on it.

Saber Interactive, from Evil Dead: The Game and World War Z, will work fully on the remake of Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic. However, it is unclear whether other subsidiaries of the Swedish conglomerate will be part of the separation negotiations.

Knights of the Old Republic Remake
Source: Saber Interactive

The title was announced as a PS5 exclusive almost three years ago. Since then, he has been embroiled in news of cancellations, disruptions and studio relocations.

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