Star Wars: the Old Republic tests new fighting styles 10 years after launch

BioWare’s Star Wars: The Old Republic is currently testing four new fighting styles on its public test server and is seeking feedback from fans.

The Star Wars-themed MMORPG is adding four new fighting styles to the game – Mercenary, Powertech, Juggernaut and Marauder – which will be available alongside the already playable Jedi Guardian, Sentinel, Sniper, Operative, Assassin and Sorcerer. . fighting styles.

According to a blog post Posted on the game’s Steam page, the developer behind Star Wars: The Old Republic wants to make their fighting styles “clearer and easier to understand, while ensuring that the class maintains its identity” by using the Sith Warrior classes and Bounty Hunter as an example of fighting styles that require a lot of memorization and a deep understanding of their abilities to play.

To prevent this from happening again, the developer at The Old Republic said he plans to identify key aspects of the four new fighting styles in order to “understand how players perceive and use class abilities.” BioWare also said its goal is to “equip the player with the knowledge and understanding of these abilities so that they can make important choices when it comes to upgrading and customizing abilities.”

“To make these classes feel less crowded and the customization more concise, we’re working to reduce the amount of abilities but making sure these classes remain distinct and unique,” ​​the blog post concludes.

Despite its initial release in 2011, Star Wars: The Old Republic still receives updates with the The Legacy of the Sith expansion released on PC later this year. This new expansion will expand the game’s story – which takes place thousands of years before the events of the films – and also introduce a number of quality-of-life improvements, which can be linked to these latest public tests.

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