SWTOR 1.3 Patch News: Star Wars: The Old Republic 1.3 patch for ?Allies? had a release date on June 26. Check out what's been updated.
Star Wars: The Old Republic has just released game update 1.3 titled, ?Allies.? Allies now delivers many of the game features the community has been asking for, including Group Finder, Ranked PvP Warzones, Adaptive Gear, new enhancements to the Legacy system and more.
?We are living up to our commitment in setting a new bar for what players should expect from a premium MMO service,? said Matthew Bromberg, General Manager of BioWare Austin. ?In just six months, we have already released three major game updates that have added new content and game features that have addressed the feedback from our fans. And we are just getting started. By the end of this year, we are adding more Warzones, more Flashpoints, more Operations, more updates to the Legacy System, new companions, new storylines and more. We are very excited about the future.?
Game Update 1.3 - Allies includes the following new features:
Group Finder in SWTOR 1.3 will make it much easier for players to join up with others in the game. This new patch feature allows you to connect with other players who want to tackle the same Flashpoint or Operation that you do while also ensuring the group is filled out with combat disciplines that complement each other. Together you'll be better prepared to take on the more advanced challenges in the game.
Ranked Warzones is a new SWTOR 1.3 patch feature that makes PvP more challenging and more rewarding. You can now create a group, compete in ranked warzones and then track your personal performance and measure your skill against other players.
Legacy Character Perks gives you the opportunity to customize the leveling experience for your Legacy characters in SWTOR update 1.3. You can focus on the parts of the game you like best, whether that's space combat, PvP,or Group Missions and Flashpoints, you can choose which activities earn the most experience. The perks give you other bonus opportunities as well, like piloting a vehicle at level 10, earning bonus affection with companions, and even being able to reallocate your skill points in the field.
Bioware has also recently made character transfers available in SWTOR, seeing a huge engagement from the community as server populations become more balanced, improving the overall game experience.
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