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  1. Andy

    Player housing coming to The Old Republic

    BioWare Community Manager Eric Musco teased players with a video showing what appeared to be player housing during a Twitch livestream yesterday. This confirmed what dataminers had recently posted on Reddit, showing that additions to the game code and assets pointed towards this feature being implemented. Today it was officially confirmed with this announcement trailer, captured from the development livestream: Player housing is a feature missing from many recent MMOs, and amongst fans who played Star Wars Galaxies especially this has been a much requested feature that is sure to prove popular. Player-owned structures in Star Wars Galaxies could be placed almost anywhere on a planet, with some player controlled cities becoming busier than areas built by the developers. Houses allowed players to sell merchandise and show off their possessions, as well as provide valuable storage space. It is currently not clear what kind of system The Old Republic will be using but more details are sure to emerge soon.
  2. BioWare has released a video announcement of a new player housing feature for Star Wars: The Old Republic.BioWare Community Manager Eric Musco teased players with a video showing what appeared to be player housing during a Twitch livestream yesterday. This confirmed what dataminers had recently posted on Reddit, showing that additions to the game code and assets pointed towards this feature being implemented. Today it was officially confirmed with this announcement trailer, captured from the development livestream: Player housing is a feature missing from many recent MMOs, and amongst fans who played Star Wars Galaxies especially this has been a much requested feature that is sure to prove popular. Player-owned structures in Star Wars Galaxies could be placed almost anywhere on a planet, with some player controlled cities becoming busier than areas built by the developers. Houses allowed players to sell merchandise and show off their possessions, as well as provide valuable storage space. It is currently not clear what kind of system The Old Republic will be using but more details are sure to emerge soon. Click here to view the article
  3. Games developer BioWare has revealed plans for two new expansions for it's massively multiplayer online RPG Star Wars: The Old Republic in 2014.Senior Producer Bruce Maclean told players that they can expect to see two digital expansions to be released in 2014, which will be similar to last years Galactic Starfighter and Rise of the Hutt Cartel expansions. Also confirmed was on-going maintenance and bug-fixing patches on a three-week basis, along with new many new features for PvP and PvE players alike. This is all part of plans to attract new players; The Old Republic, which reportedly cost $200 million to develop, moved to a free-to-play model with micropayments after failing to build a large enough player base to sustain a subscription model. More details can be found in the developers blog: http://www.swtor.com...rticle/20140203 Click here to view the article
  4. Andy

    Two new expansions for The Old Republic

    Senior Producer Bruce Maclean told players that they can expect to see two digital expansions to be released in 2014, which will be similar to last years Galactic Starfighter and Rise of the Hutt Cartel expansions. Also confirmed was on-going maintenance and bug-fixing patches on a three-week basis, along with new many new features for PvP and PvE players alike. This is all part of plans to attract new players; The Old Republic, which reportedly cost $200 million to develop, moved to a free-to-play model with micropayments after failing to build a large enough player base to sustain a subscription model. More details can be found in the developers blog: http://www.swtor.com/info/news/news-article/20140203
  5. Sone Online Entertainment has announced that the Clone Wars Adventures MMO is to close on 31st March 2014.SOE's Director of Global Communications, Michele Cagle issued this statement: This leaves BioWare's Star Wars: The Old Republic as the last Star Wars MMO standing, and ties in with the conclusion of The Clone Wars television series and comics. Meanwhile, SOE President John Smedley told fans of the defunct Star Wars Galaxies MMO on Reddit that their new game in development would enable SWG fans to "come home". Intriguing! Click here to view the article
  6. Andy

    Clone Wars Adventures MMO to close in March

    SOE's Director of Global Communications, Michele Cagle issued this statement: This leaves BioWare's Star Wars: The Old Republic as the last Star Wars MMO standing, and ties in with the conclusion of The Clone Wars television series and comics. Meanwhile, SOE President John Smedley told fans of the defunct Star Wars Galaxies MMO on Reddit that their new game in development would enable SWG fans to "come home". Intriguing!
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