The seventh expansion of Star Wars: The Old Republic brought back the villain of the first trailer from Bale's blog

Game fans without Star Wars can forget Star Wars: the first CGI trailer in the Old Republic. This is the realization of the pure Star Wars wish, the Sith Lord's army accepted the Jedi army - as well as high-quality animation and motion capture, can be competent for any movie.

Sadly, the action in the game itself is not comparable to that epic revealing trailer, but Believe it or not, the old Republic continues, and BioWare has just announced the seventh expansion of the MMO, referred to as 'impact'. It will be released in September this year.

The stormtroopers will see the resurgence of the war between the Republic and the Sith Empire, and the players will return to the main planet of Horella in Hansolo and several other new planets to explore. Perhaps the most exciting thing for fans is that with the official screenshots, it will obviously see the return of the first trailer star of the Old Republic, evil, much like Vader's Lord Darth Malgus.

The new expansion will bring players the so-called Republican friendly Onderon, Mek-Sha's pirate lair, Dxun's Jungle Moon, and Corellia's new Flashpoint, the dramatic ending of the expansion, solo and group players can try it out. In addition, SWTOR Credits will have more uses, and perhaps players will need a lot.

As for Darth Malgus, he is said to have been killed before several expansions - before the dramatic return at the end of 2018. His role in Onslaught has not been revealed, but his presence in the expanded screenshots suggests that he can be an important part of the new expansion storyline.

BioWare said in its post about expansion that the team is adding a new type of equipment called tactical items - it can "change your abilities and game styles" and pair them with new rewards, which can be specific Levels can also be general or even Star Wars the Old Republic Credits is also possible

The impact will be released in September 2019. Since the sixth official expansion of the Old Republic, the Eternal Throne Knight has been in 2016 for the past three years, so it is a bit of a surprise to ensure that BioWare is still releasing major updates to the game.

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