Star Wars: Bounty Hunter getting modern release in August

Star Wars: Bounty Hunter

Aspyr Media has announced a modern port for Star Wars: Bounty Hunter, the long-lost action-adventure game starring Jango Fett.

Star Wars: Bounty Hunter is coming to Windows PC (via Steam), Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, Switch, PS4, and PS5 on August 1st.

Fans can expect the new remaster to include visual enhancements, improved environmental textures, new dynamic lighting effects, and a new flashlight tool for navigating dark places.

The classic third-person action-adventure game was originally released back in 2002 for the PS2 and GameCube, and is a prequel to the 2002 film Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones.

Here’s a rundown on the game, plus a trailer:

Become the most feared Bounty Hunter in the galaxy! As Jango Fett, you’ll have to jump, jetpack, climb, and maneuver in this iconic action-adventure game featuring a variety of visual improvements on modern platforms, as well as Steam Deck support and a number of DualSense controller features for PlayStation 5 players.

And for the first time ever, if the campaign is completed, players can unlock a new Boba Fett skin for their next playthrough, paying off a notorious easter egg from the original game!


  • Let the Hunt Begin – In this classic third-person action-adventure, you’ll become Jango Fett, Prime Clone of the Grand Army of the Republic, hired to capture a deranged Dark Jedi.
  • Relive the Timeless Tale – Experience the legendary Bounty Hunter fantasy set before the events of Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones. Face off against foes and maneuver through acrobatic battles in this adaption optimized for today’s consoles and hardware.
  • Armed to the Teeth – Fight your way through the galaxy’s underbelly, equipped with Dual Blasters, your Flamethrower, Whipcord, and pure Mandalorian Rage.


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