Just in case you have not had sufficient Star Wars this weekend, a brand new, free to subscribers enlargement pack is coming to Star Wars: The Old Republic – the primary in three years.
A weblog submit (thanks, PC Gamer) particulars the brand new enlargement, Onslaught, confirming the replace is not going to solely convey an entire new story, however two new planets, a brand new Flashpoint, a brand new Operation, and new skills, too.
“Star Wars: The Old Republic: Onslaught places you on the heart of the reignited conflict between the Galactic Republic and the Sith Empire. Will you stay loyal to your faction or work to undermine and sabotage their conflict efforts? The alternative is yours,” the weblog submit teases.
“Explore two new planets, a brand new Flashpoint on the war-torn world of Corellia, a brand new Operation set within the lush jungles of Dxun and extra! Reap the spoils of conflict with reworked itemization, an elevated stage cap, and new skills. Star Wars: The Old Republic: Onslaught is coming September 2019, free to all subscribers!”
— The Old Republic (@SWTOR) April 14, 2019
The replace may even offer you entry to Onderon – a brand new planet of “untamed jungles and savage beasts” – and Mek-Sha, “an unbiased fueling station and boomtown constructed within the hollows of a mined-out asteroid as soon as managed by the Hutts” that is described as a “lawless den of smugglers, pirates, mercenaries, merchants, and refugees”.
While a definitive date has not been confirmed, Star Wars: The Old Republic: Onslaught is predicted to launch someday in September 2019.
Respawn’s Vince Zampella confirmed yesterday that upcoming Star Wars recreation Jedi: Fallen Order is a single-player story journey with no multiplayer and, crucially, no microtransactions. EA has additionally promised it will not add microtransactions or loot packing containers to Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order post-launch, both.