BioWare Star Wars RPG first for Xbox

And due out on the PC in early 2003

Source - press release

LucasArts today announced its upcoming RPG Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic. The game will debut on Xbox later this year and PC in early 2003, and is in development at BioWare, the chaps responsible for the noble Baldur's Gate series. BioWare's RPG credentials can hardly be questioned, and that coupled with the first few screenshots released by LucasArts have gotten us all excited. The game features an original story set some 4,000 years prior to the timeframe of the Star Wars films in an era dominated by an epic conflict between Jedi and Sith. Knowing BioWare as we do, we fully expect Star Wars KotOR to rock our socks off when it is released later this year. More details can be found at LucasArts' website. Related Feature - Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic Xbox screenshots

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