The rogue server Star Wars Galaxies Restoration expands the mechanics of the galactic civil war in the latest update

When you think of the galactic civil war that unfolded Star Wars galaxies used to be a bit monotonous Restoration Rogue Server will change your mind, as did its latest content update GCW introduced a variety of mechanics which should make the participation in the fight more meaningful.

The main feature of this new update is the ability for high-ranking officers on both sides to control planets, with an emphasis on destroying enemy bases. Players can now assign regions to defend themselves and will be demoted if they lose control of the area, while new abilities are now available to GCW officer ranks, such as the ability to summon reinforcements or launch an airstrike. In addition, faction vendors now offer exclusive armor and weapon skins for higher ranks.

In addition to the GCW-focused features, this new update has completely overhauled combat, added new UI features, reduced damage, and focused on locomotion and combat states, all in an effort to make combat more in line with modern MMOs and encourage strategic thinking. All the details of everything new can be read in the patch notes.

In the meantime, the game Content Roadmap has seen some rearrangements of functions. Update 1.2 will focus on enriching the Jedi experience, promising “a long but rewarding journey, culminating in a strange new world, facing new enemies and gaining the support of an ally that fans of Star Wars have been waiting for, to bring him to life in a game.’ Future features coming soon include a 64-bit client upgrade and the addition of an in-game network of underground Jedi smuggling houses, the Provide Jedi players with a place to safely meet, train, and trade.

Source: press release


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