It is confirmed the classic Star Wars Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast will be released on Nintendo Switch starting September 24th, 2019. The official announcement came from the company at the September 2019 Nintendo Direct event. Since its release in 2002, Star Wars Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast has been a fan favorite in the large Star Wars community.
Described as a third-person shooter and developed by Raven Software, the game allows the opportunity to play as a “Jedi.” Besides, that’s the whole reason most of the fans want to play – who wouldn’t like a lightsaber? It was quite popular for its campaign, even more than the multiplayer world, but then again, 2002 was a different time, wasn’t it?
In the Switch version, we will be able to play just the campaign and no multiplayer will be available – at least not yet, anyway. Also the Star Wars Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy will be available on Switch but not until 2020. In this game the main character, Jaden Korr-Kyle Katarn’s apprentice- is assigned tasks, by the one and only Luke Skywalker and his master, Kyle Katarn, in many gorgeous but still dangerous locations.
Developed by Raven Software, Star Wars Jedi Knight 2 is a first and third-person shooter released in 2002. Set on an expanded Star Wars universe, after the Mysteries of the Sith and focused on an endless fight between the Dark Jedi “Dessan” and the master “Kyle Katarn”. The original multiplayer provides many mods from which players can choose: “Free-for-All”, “capture the flag,” and “Team Deathmatch” Star Wars Jedi Knight 2: Jedi Outcast is available on PC, PS4, Xbox One and, starting September 24th,2019, Nintendo Switch.