Each bundle will be available both in North America and Europe and will cost $29.99, €29.99, or £25.99 depending on the region. The Star Wars Jedi Knight Collection includes both Star Wars Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast, and Star Wars Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy. Jedi Outcast follows the story of Jedi Kyle Katarn as he learns what it means to become a Jedi. In Jedi Academy, you’ll be able to put those skills to the test in various combat scenarios.
All of these games are already on both systems digitally, but these are just physical bundles. These games also aren’t all on Xbox, hence its absence on that console. The modern version of Racer is on the Xbox storefront while the digital versions of Republic Commando and Jedi Academy are just the original Xbox versions. Jedi Outcast is not on the platform at all.
Aspyr Media, the same studio behind the upcoming KOTOR remake, is set to release two physical collections for fans of classic Star Wars titles later this year. The developer will release both the Star Wars Jedi Knight Collection and Star Wars Racer and Commander Combo on the PlayStation 4 later this month, on October 26. A Nintendo Switch version of both collections will also launch on November 16, according to both Aspyr and THQ Nordic.
Perhaps the most notable game in the bundle, Star Wars Episode I Racer became a cult classic when it launched in 1999. The game allows players to step into a podracer and speed through different courses, all while upgrading their own podracer to become the best of the best. Star Wars Republic Commando is also a fan-favorite, and puts players in control over a squad of commandos as they play through the Clone Wars.