EA Gamescom Conference will begin on August 5. At that time, some information about Star Wars: The Old Republic will be brought straight from the conference to highlight the Outlander in the upcoming Knights of the Fallen Empire.
According to the official announcement on Twitter, the EA Gamescom conference will begin at 1 AM PDT/4 AM PDT to reveal some information for the upcoming fallen empire expansion. Although Bioware is always tight-lipped about the new expansion, players will get more information followed by the?introduction of Nico Okarr?- an understanding on the main character: the outlander will be granted. As the officials provided a picture on twitter that showed an amazing outfit and armor for Jedi, many players just can’t wait to ask for more details, while some other players are curious about what time they can get Nico Okarr, or whether it can be romanced, etc. Nevertheless, the time of the conference (early morning) decides it would be a bit difficult for players to see the stream. In this case, players can stay tuned on Swtor2credits for up-to-date information.
Speculation: Hardware DRM may be brought for KotFE
Except for the contents, players show much concern on the gaming rig that new expansion would require. Recently, there are some rumors popped on forums, speculating that Bioware may start hardware-locking high-end group content at level 65, which means that players may have to have a self-built high end gaming rig to do HM flashpoints, ranked PVP, and ops. So what is the reason that causes the speculation? Is that a reliable opinion?
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There is a saying holds that Hardware DRM may be introduced to Fallen Empire expansion to prevent “trolling”. The thread told that some players have their computers crash after playing a recently released game, only to discover that their CPU or graphics card had melted or burned up, especially on laptops. Thus, EA may introduce hardware DRM to their games, even relatively low-end games like swtor credits. The speculation has aroused some worries and complaints to Bioware for providing bad engine for SWTOR. Is it the case?
Some players believe Bioware won’t bring Hardware DRM to limit players’ experience in game since it is a way to lose customers, while someone indicated that it is impossible to melt a CPU or graphics card as they are made of silicon with a coating of silicon dioxide. Thus, it seems more like just a rumor than a reliable guess.
Knights of the Fallen Empire is hitting its stride with more information being revealed, while the subscription has been available to provide some rewards. Have you taken an action? Note that only when you complete all subscriptions during four periods, can you get early access.