SWTOR Valkorion

Today, BioWare announced the next chapter in Star Wars: The Old Republic’s Knights of the Fallen Empire story, titled Visions in the Dark. Players will finally get some face time with the story’s epic baddie, Emperor Valkorion, while learning crucial secrets about their mysterious connection to the leader of the Eternal Empire.

As a reward for your valor, you’ll receive a powerful new weapon “inspired by some of the greatest Force users in the galaxy” while your comrades risk their lives on a dangerous mission that could “shatter Arcann’s forces forever”… but, since we’ve got several more chapters to go, I’d say it’s pretty unlikely that’ll happen.

As usual, the new story content is free-ish, meaning you’ll need a paid subscription to access it, and if you’re subscribed by April 1, you’ll receive HK-55’s Sniper Rifle, Blaster Pistol, and Vibrosword as bonus items. The story chapter unlocks April 7.

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Jason Winter is a veteran gaming journalist, he brings a wide range of experience to MMOBomb, including two years with Beckett Media where he served as the editor of the leading gaming magazine Massive Online Gamer. He has also written professionally for several gaming websites.

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  1. Kek on March 18, 2016

    who plays this crap anymore? Btw, this is not free to play.

    • Ty on March 19, 2016

      a lot of people play it and it is free to play. Do some research man it’s that hard.

      • zzzz on March 20, 2016

        I would play the crap out of swtor if only the combat wasn’t so boring.. the story/voice acting is one of the best that i have ever played in any mmo

      • Ty on March 21, 2016

        ???’?? ? ??????

        • Kiyoi777 on March 22, 2016

          I wish there was a way to report you and get you IP banned from the site. Racism has no place here. People come here to read about games, not see offensive comments like yours.

          • Ty on March 22, 2016

            ???’?? ? ?????? cry about it fggt

          • Ty on March 24, 2016

            That’s not racism