Star Wars: Obis new book
Star Wars: Brotherhood A new book about Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi Before Venganza de los Sith has a number of star wars: Knights of the former Republic Easter eggs. Of course, when Disney took care of the intellectual property of Star Wars, he eliminated a large part of Star Wars canon. One of the victims of this movement were the star Wars: Knights of the former Republic Games, a series that is very dear. The series of role -playing games is still widely considered one of Star Wars’s best stories ever told outside the main films, but now it is a little less weight.
However, Star Wars: Brotherhood The writer Mike Chen managed to include a handful of references to the game in his book. Chen went to Twitter and shared a series of ideas about the finest details and Easter eggs in the book, confirming some winks to the games even though they are no longer a canon. The first is that Anakin commands a cargo ship that is of the same class as the ebon Hawk, the ship that appears in caballeros of the old Republic. Second, there is a jumper droid on a racing track that is a reconfigured HK droid, similar to the HK-47 murderer droid of the game. Finally, the book also points out that Anakin and Obi-Wan went to a mission in Taris, the city that appears in the opening section of Caballeros of the former Republic. For fans of the series, it is good to know that Bioware contributions have not forgotten within the largest universe of Star Wars.
It is possible that some of these things are restored in the canon as star wars: Knights of the former Republic the remake is in process. There is no official information about when the game will be launched, but it is rumored that it will be launched at some point in 2023. It is not clear how much the game will change and what will remain the same in this new version, but it seems that Aspyr Media is with the aim of creating Something that keeps the spirit of the role -playing game.
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