SWTOR and Beyond

SWTOR Introduces “Date Night” Companion Missions in Game Update 7.4.1

SWTOR Update 7.4.1: Introducing Date Night Companion Missions

This article provides an overview of the new Date Night Companion Missions feature introduced in Star Wars: The Old Republic’s Game Update 7.4.1, highlighting the initial companions available for these missions, the conditions for access, and the unique rewards players can earn. In a delightful twist to the ongoing saga of Star Wars: The Old Republic (SWTOR), the game’s narrative team announced an innovative feature set to deepen the player’s connection with their in-game companions. Dubbed “Date Night Companion Missions,” this feature, revealed during the Game Update 7.4.1 livestream by Narrative Director Ashley Ruhl and Lead Writer Caitlin Sullivan Kelly, promises to add a new layer of personal interaction between players and their beloved characters. A Closer Look at Date Night Companion Missions Designed as weekly repeatable Alliance Alert missions, Date Night Companion Missions offer fully-voiced, cinematic-only scenes that are unique to each companion’s interests. Whether it’s a casual outing…

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Playing Pazaak on your Android Mobile and one day in SWTOR

Pazaak is an ancient card game from the Star Wars Universe. It’s believed by many controversial Coruscant researchers and historians that this is the origin of Sabacc or Jhabacc, a notorious gambling game frequently played by scoundrels like Lando Calrissian, Mara Jade and Han Solo. Ancient Pazaak was played for the first time, by Star Wars gamers in Knights of the Old Republic I and II. And now, is extremely popular by the deep desire of Star Wars gamers wanting to see it as part of their Massive Multi-Player Online experience, in the game Star Wars the Old Republic – which takes place not too long after Knights of the Old Republic. If you do a search for “Pazaak” in the forums of SWTOR.com you will find 4 pages of threads all asking for Pazaak to be added to the game.  We’re talking about 92 unique threads all demanding Pazaak….

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SWTOR and Beyond- Bonus Missions

Have you ever been about to leave a planet and you think you’ve done everything they want but then… there’s one more quest that pops up? Maybe you’re one of those players who loves to do absolutely everything on a planet before moving on. Or maybe you are already max level and you want to go back and do some more quests in those past zones that you didn’t finish up as you leveled up. If you want to get all there is to get out of SWTOR, then you want to go back to each planet and do the bonus quests in your faction. Here’s an overview of all the bonus quests in each zone. Republic Bonus Quests Taris Bonus Series Minimum Level: 12 Speak to Governor Saresh Speak to Vealo Complete Missing Link for Mola Haxtor Complete Where Darkness Abides for Mola Haxtor Complete Future Threat Complete Power…

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BioWare Wants Feedback on UI: SWTOR and Beyond

As we’ve written about before, BioWare is looking for your feedback on Star Wars: The Old Republic. They are now asking for your feedback on the User Interface and customization. BioWare’s Live Community Coordinator Amber Green posted in the official forums asking for feedback on the UI and its customization. This is a functionality that many gamers complained about from the start and that BioWare has been working diligently to add and update. Some players, however, are still not happy with the current state of the UI. Amber Green | Live Community Coordinator: Hello everyone. Now that you’ve been able to use the UI Customization features implemented with Game Update 1.2, the developers would like to request your feedback. In this thread, please post to let us know what UI features or functions you would like to see implemented in the future. We are already working on a few areas…

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BioWare Wants Feedback on Future Content: SWTOR and Beyond

Where is the future of SWTOR going? This is a question that many are asking- both those who love the game and also those who have yet to try it out. You can bet the dev team of BioWare Austin is asking the same question. In fact, they have an entire department dedicated to this sort of thing: future content. What better way to make a game great than to go to the community and talk with them about what they want? BioWare is on the right track by asking for feedback of the players. This is who they are making the game for and while they cannot please all of the people all of the time, they can make the game a whole lot better for their audience by listening to what the players have to say. So here’s your chance to speak out about what you want from…

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SWTOR on the Rise and More Incoming PvP and Endgame Content

Is SWTOR seeing its last days? According to who you ask, the answer might be yes but I am not fully convinced it’s time to weep for the death of the game just yet. In fact, I think there is reason to believe that its popularity is really just getting started. For those who have heard the rumors that SWTOR is dying, here’s some evidence that it’s not. Daniel Erickson, BioWare’s lead designer on the project said that rumors of the game’s demise are incredibly premature — and outright wrong. Massively has some info straight from Erickson himself: Following Update 1.2 and the Rakghoul Outbreak live event, Erickson reports that player activity in the game is increasing. He said that the studio is working hard to keep its customers happy: “The community has generally been excited about the direction the game is going as we finish up our last must-have…

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