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Digital artist or in-game photographer? Here's your change to get your artwork in this spot on the front page! We're having a contest for the front page banner of JKHub!

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JK2 turned twenty in March! I got a chance to sit down with 5 of the developers of Jedi Outcast over a Zoom call and it's clear that they were truly passionate about this game and consider it their proudest achievement. Watch the video and listen as they reminisce about development and that era of their careers!

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This community is dedicated to the games Star Wars: Jedi Outcast (2002) and Jedi Academy (2003). We host over 3,000 mods created by passionate fans around the world, and thousands of threads of people showcasing their works in progress and asking for assistance. From mods to art to troubleshooting help, we probably have it. If we don't, request or contribute!

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News from around the Jedi Outcast and Academy community, including mods, clans, official news, etc.

This week EA revealed that Kyle Katarn is coming to their hit mobile game "Star Wars: Galaxy of Heroes" to join that fairly massive roster of not only movie characters, but a slew of Legends characters as well, which is always kind of a shocker due to the nature of Lucasfilm's efforts to keep Legends material out of the public eye for the most part. They now have a big number of character from KOTOR including Revan, Malak, Bastila, and many more.

Kyle Katarn showcase

As someone that knows very little about this game, I will keep the description of Kyle in the game brief. It looks like he is able to fight on a Jedi team as well as a Rebel team, which makes sense considering his history with both. His moves are very reminiscent of come JK2/A moves. Here's a bunch of GIFs to show some of that.

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You can read all about this in more detail if you are a player of GoH at the developer forum threads below.

Developer Insight: Kyle Katarn

Kit Reveal: Kyle Katarn

EA's Star Wars: Galaxy of Heroes is available on iOS and Android for free.


 

This was probably just another article about something 9/10 of you don't care about, but it's one of those things that hopefully makes you go:

"Fairly interesting" reaction  Pretty cool

By Circa, in Community News,


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