BioWare Is Giving SWTOR Players More Features
For most F2P games, the game makers always politely encourage players to visit the micro transaction shop and shove them in the back. As for the game maker of SWTOR, BioWare and EA were pushing with both hands. Now it appears that the developer will be less imperial with their business model by giving players more features.
As you may also have noticed, there is an avalanche of content in SWTOR available for free, with anyone able to play each and every class story. Unfortunately, that progression included a heavy handed effort to make free players pay up, only two quickbars, only three Warzones per week, and limited in-the-field respawns.
Bu there is not only bad news. The good news is that BioWare appears to be listening to fan feedback, and in a post on the official swtor credits eu developer blog, Executive Producer Jeff Hickman said that tweaks have been made, and more are on the way.
If you already purchased additional quickbars, BioWare says it will refund your Cartel coins. And when the next update hits four additional character slots will be given to preferred players, for a total of six.
Anyway, it not means that SWTOR is a bad game or BioWare is a bad game maker because that I know there are still a lot of gamers would love this to die, right?