Hello TORWarriors and here we are again with another episode of the TORWars podcast. Today it’s all about 105.
Trooper 464 – “Do you think they’ll ever shut up?”
Here’s the breakdown:
This weeks FAQ: Why does the podcast stop randomly in the middle at times when downloading it soon after we release it?
Patch 1.4 Released
Released just about 6 weeks from Chevin Event and was released on a wednesday instead of the normal Tuesday maintenance timetable. Was this to avoid press coverage with WoW Expansion?
Historic Release Time Tables
1.1 – 29 days
6 weeks is = 42 days
Posted by James Ohlen:
This year has been exciting so far with three Game Updates. But before the end of the year, it’s our intention to have released another three Game Updates, starting with Terror From Beyond. This is in addition to moving to Free to Play. But I can say in all honesty, that our plans for 2013 are even bigger. Our team’s experience, improving tools and better production processes are allowing us to move faster in development than we ever have before. More exciting news to come!
This is our first glimpse into what the 6 week update cycle will look like so we give to you dear listener, a question for next week – What do you think? Enough content in this update to keep you a subscriber? Or go F2P and only pay for the parts that interest you?
SWTOR Encyclopedia Trailer
New “trailer” is out to showcase the upcoming SWTOR Encyclopedia – Estimated Release Date of 10/15/12Since its release in 2011, the massively multiplayer online role playing game Star Wars: The Old Republic has captivated thousands of gamers and Star Wars fans alike. Now comes the ultimate in-depth guide to the turbulent and fascinating world featured in the game — The Old Republic. Created in full collaboration with LucasArts, this in-depth companion covers the spectrum of characters, weapons, vehicles, events, and planets of Star Wars: The Old Republic. More than just an encyclopedia, it is the ultimate guided tour of the dangerous and mysterious universe found in a galaxy far, far away. Blog Post By Jason Scott Livingston (Director of Customer Service for Bioware) in regards to the Dr’s departures -
Over time, post-acquisition, I was witness to the gradual slide in approach from what BioWare was when I joined to the more homogenized version of the official EA party line. I saw, firsthand as their vision was morphed to fall in line with the broader EA values. I saw frustration, I saw change, and I saw pressure fall down on the studio.Shout Outs:
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