SWTOR Free to Play and future content interview with Lead Designer Damion Schubert. As some of you recall, earlier in the week I was given the opportunity to for a written interview with the SWTOR developers regarding the F2P option launching this week. Here is the result of that interview, incorporating some of the questions I gathered from the readers on Dulfy.net! A big thank you to Eric Musco and Damion Schubert for taking the time out of their busy week to do this!
Nightmare Explosive Conflict EC Operation guide for Zorn and Toth with detailed strategy and video. Zorn and Toth is the first boss in Nightmare EC and doesn’t have a lot of additional mechanics compared to EC Hardmode. A medpack and good situaitonal awareness is required for this fight.
Hey everyone, with FTP (Free to Play) rolling around the corner, I was recently offered the chance to have a written interview with the SWTOR developers about the upcoming FTP patch that is arriving on Nov 15! While I do have a lot of questions that I like to ask the devs, I figured that my readers would also like this opportunity to get some question of theirs answered as well. Here is your chance!
Here is a list of all the information on dulfy.net related to the upcoming SWTOR Patch 1.5 and Free to Play option including information on HK-51, campaign armoring, cybertech schematics,dread guard relics, Section x dailies, detailed list of Cartel Market items, and other information relating to the FTP option.
Patch 1.5 and FTP option will be arriving on Nov 15.
A guide to the six new dailies introduced with SWTOR’s 1.5 patch on the Belsavis Section X area for both Empire and Republic. To get to Section X, simply catch a ride from Belsavis, Ilum or Black Hole shuttle and travel directly to Section X. There is no need to pick up any pre-quest on the fleet.
One thing that is interesting about these dailies is the repeatable bonus attached to quite a few of them. They often give out better credit rewards than the daily itself and one of the repeatable bonus even give out 3 daily comms. This makes doing them fairly worthwhile.