Fans of pod racing, tactical shooters or RPGs will be pleased with the upcoming classic Star Wars bundles for PlayStation 4 and Switch.
Fans of Star Wars games have reason to be excited. Game developer Aspyr has two bundles containing classic Star Wars titles heading to the PlayStation 4 and Switch in the coming weeks.
Aspyr is teaming up with THQ Nordic to release the Star Wars Jedi Knight Collection and the Star Wars Racer and Commando Combo, Eurogamer reports. Sony Playstation 4 players in the US and Europe get access first, on Oct. 26, with the Nintendo Switch launch following on Nov. 16.
We’re thrilled to announce that we will be bringing two new exciting bundles to PS4 and Nintendo Switch, in partnership with @THQNordic
The STAR WARS™ Jedi Knight Collection and the STAR WARS™ Racer and Commando Combo are coming to a store near you later this year! pic.twitter.com/DqX7ZpTMdF
— Aspyr (@AspyrMedia) October 11, 2021
Star Wars Jedi Knight Collection chucks Star Wars Jedi Knight 2: Jedi Outcast and Star Wars Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy at players, for bouts of both single- and multiplayer action. The games were first released in 2002 and 2003 respectively, with Aspyr porting them to modern platforms in 2019 (Jedi Outcast) and 2020 (Jedi Academy).
The Star Wars Racer and Commando Combo consists of Star Wars Episode 1 Racer (which dates back to 1999) and Star Wars Republic Commando (first launched in 2005). Racer was ported in 2020, while Republic Commando hit modern consoles in 2021.
Each bundle is set to retail for the same price: $29.99/€29.99/£25.99.
Aspyr is known for its work on older Star Wars titles, and these two releases make a decent bookend before its next project. Next for the studio is a remake of Knights of the Old Republic for the PC and the PlayStation 5. A less high-end version of the Bioware classic is also due to launch on the Nintendo Switch from Nov. 11.
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