SWTOR might raise server character slots to 50 for Dark vs. Light event

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If you’ve been following the Dark vs. Light event controversy in Star Wars: The Old Republic, you know that one point of contention is that players are being asked to roll a bunch of new characters to participate — and don’t have the server slots for all of them.

BioWare community boss Eric Musco has addressed that today by telling fans the studio is working out the technical details of allowing players more characters per server.

“One of the questions that came out of the Dark vs. Light Event announcement was the current maximum character limits per server,” he writes. “There are some players who have all 40 slots filled, and were concerned about participating in the event. I wanted to let you know that we are actively testing right now the possibility of increasing that maximum by 10. That would mean that a subscriber could have a server maximum of 50 characters. We are exploring if this is a safe change to make and I am hopeful that I will have an answer about this today.”

You will, of course, still have to pay to unlock the number of slots you need.

Massively OP SWTOR columnist Larry Everett explains the controversy on today’s podcast; check back at 4 p.m. EDT when it’s live.

Source: Official site via Dulfy

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