New adventures in a galaxy far far away are on the horizon, as a game update containing new content and features is set to arrive for SWTOR at light speed this April 8th. Game Update 2.7 “Invasion” also brings some various tweaks and upgrades throughout the Star Wars universe.

Players will embark on an all-out invasion of Tython or Korriban, defending their sworn alleigances to either the Jedi or the Sith. In Invasion, the eternal conflict between the Empire and the Republic is front and center, with the spotlight upon adventure bound Jedi Theron Shan, and the mysterious Sith Lord Lana Beniko.

A new battle zone entitled Denon Exosphere will have the heroes of the universe deflecting enemy attacks from capital ships in all out faction warfare. The highly populated city of Denson provides a very luminescent and aesthetically riveting battle experience.

New additions to Huttball on Quesh, along with a new Nightmare Mode Operation provides many new opportunities to use the force once again for SWTOR fans.

Michael Dunaway has been part of the MMOBomb team for years and has covered practically every major Free-to-Play title since 2009. In addition to contributing First Look videos and news articles, Michael also serves as the Community Manager for the upcoming MMORPG, Skyforge.


  1. There only 1 rule in MMORPG games:Or you Sub(subscribe=pay $)or you suck. I just want lvl cap increase(almoust 55lvl) and get more story quests.

    • As ridiculous as the action bar limit may be, I’ve never needed more than 2 (3 if you use consumables), however, you can buy almost any unlock from the GTN making the business model more flexible than many other F2P mmos

  2. LoooL better play an offline racing game!
    SWTOR is all about ‘follow this road path from here to here and dont even think free roaming around the map cause these isn’t any’!
    The game is so rediculus closed, wonder how they dare to compare it with WoW!

    • i totally agree, WoW has a lot more freedom, but still not as much as it couldve had

      yeah, in WoW if you want to make an undead and go play it in mulgore from level 1 to 10, thats okay, or a night elf in dun morogh, still okay, but thats pretty much the only freedom WoW has

      in SWTOR you dont have that, but the cutscenes and voiced dialogues make it a bit more immersive than WoW if you wanna follow the storyline

      WoW has some cutscenes, but they are only in high level dungeons


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