Star Wars Jedi Knight is one of the longest running game series in the Star Wars universe. In Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast, we follow Kyle Katarn two years after the events of Star Wars Jedi Knight: Mysteries of the Sith.
This time around, instead of simply being an instructor to potential Jedi Knights, Katarn acts as a mercenary for the New Republic.
Fans of the series now have a chance to pick up the light saber once again as Kyle Katarn. Thanks to developer Aspyr Media, Jedi Knight fans can now replay the epic storyline on the PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch.
Released this week, the game does satisfy many who played the game as a kid. But as gamers all know, porting a classic game to the current generation will carry with it a few problems. Jedi Outcast is no different. Users have experienced problems regarding the Y-Axis, as the game does not invert it. This cripples the player’s ability to make a decent shot against the Imperial Remnant.
Why is this odd? Originally released on the first Xbox nearly twenty years ago, players had the option to invert the Y-Axis. This caused such an uproar within the fanbase, developer Asypr Media promised a patch in the near future.
Have you played Star Wars Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast on current systems? Is it still playable or should we all wait for the patch? Let us know in the comments!
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