Modder, who participated in the reinforced content for Kotor 2, protects Aspyr, which canceled DLC

One of the programmers who participated in voluntary work on the Restored Content mod for Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic 2 – The Sith Lords, says Aspyr Media "I did not do anything bad", When I canceled DLC for Switch.

Recently, Aspyr Media reported that the long -awaited DLC for Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic 2 – The Sith Lords, Restored Content, will now not be released on Nintendo Switch. The team did not explain the reasons, and did not offer a refund, instead, offering a free key for one of the seven other games "Star Wars".

When the fans reacted to the news, Modder Zbyl2, who helped release the Restored Content mod on the PC, wrote a comment on the Sabredite Kotor, saying:

Aspyr did nothing wrong. It is a pity that it ended as it ended. I have nothing but good to say about Aspyr and our cooperation over the past eight years.

Modder also made it clear that cancellation has nothing to do with the fact that "Higher leadership does not want to pay tribute to the Modder team".

I made a mod. The foregoing is 100% not true, and I am sorry that you have received so many likes, because this rumor will now compose. Aspyr was pleased to work, and they offered to pay tribute to the whole team long before I asked about it.

This did not quite reassure the discontent of some players who believe that they should offer them "at least partial compensation", "Given that [Aspyr] sold the game on the basis of, as it turned out, a false promise".

Last year it was reported that Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic remake "got into serious troubles" And "postponed for an indefinite period" After Aspyr fired the art director and design director of the game and told the employees that the long-awaited remake "on a pause". This dramatic decision was made after Aspyr, who worked on the game for three years, showed the vertical cut of Lucasfilm and the publisher of Sony, who considered that demo "not where they wanted".