SWTOR’s outfit designer loses weight restrictions

    
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SWTOR’s outfit designer loses weight restrictions
Here’s some good news for all you Star Wars: The Old Republic fashionistas. The game’s upcoming outfit designer will not feature armor weight restrictions, which means that light armor wearing classes can don heavy stuff and vice versa.

BioWare community production coordinator Tait Watson posted the update on the official forums earlier this week.

[Via: Dulfy; Source: Forums]

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BryanCo
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BryanCo

This really is a change that shouldn’t have been at all controversial. Adaptive armor (it gives armor equal to the heaviest your character can wear) is already in the game, and plenty of it already has a heavy armor look that anyone can wear.

Sorenthaz
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Sorenthaz

camelotcrusade Sorenthaz SallyBowls1  Yeah… the day Bioware throws players a bone for simply being around is the day that they probably are getting ready to shut down TOR.

Sorenthaz
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Sorenthaz

spoilofthelamb Sorenthaz camelotcrusade  True, but they’re making money off of you with that monthly sub so it’s still a win. And ultimately Bioware designed the F2P to where they still want you to subscribe, but if you really want to avoid subscribing then you can pay to unlock stuff in larger chunks of money.

paragonlostinspace
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paragonlostinspace

Nordavind  Sounds like playing an mmo-rpg genre game world might not be the best choice for you. There are other mmo genres to play after all. Yeah that’s my opinion for sure after reading your two posts here on this thread. You are playing the wrong genre of mmo.

paragonlostinspace
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paragonlostinspace

Spacejesus3k  

You know, when I use the term “years” I usually do “mean” “years”. The games been out what three in half years? I’d understand if you were talking about something being added to LotRO since thats been out since 2007, but to use “years” like you used it comes off as exaggeration honestly. There is a lot to be critical of SWTOR and Bioware/EA, but I don’t think this is one of them. They’ve been doing a pretty good job at adding more and more features as time goes.

Elikal Ialborcales
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Elikal Ialborcales

Another thing I suggested years ago. If they continue to change SWTOR according to my suggestions in that speed, SWTOR will be cool in 2030…

camelotcrusade
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camelotcrusade

Sorenthaz SallyBowls1 camelotcrusade Yep, that’s how I feel too, I do remember games throwing us an occasional bone out of appreciation, in response to feedback, etc.   But this game, even though I enjoy it, really seems to go for the wallet and doesn’t try very hard to wrap it up in feelz or player appreciation, imo.

melissamcdon
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melissamcdon

LordOfBread Honey Boo-boo

melissamcdon
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melissamcdon

Golden_Girl if they do it like TSW, then I’m all for it.  Clothing in that game is completely cosmetic.   Buff items are a separate gear tab.  jewelry, talismans, etc.

Bobuster
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Bobuster

camelotcrusade You definitely can: everything in the outfit designer costs credits. And the costs are fairly cheap too.