SWTOR vendors will sell ultra-rare most-wanted white Lightsaber crystals

Remember when players really wanted those ultra-rare white Lightsaber crystals? Lightsaber crystals are one of the most-wanted novelty items in SWTOR. Who doesn’t want to have their own lightsaber? Most Star Wars fans can agree with this one.

Now what if you had the option to control what color your lightsaber beam was? Again, most will agree that this is a great feature. But in SWTOR, it’s not as easy as just wishing for a certain color (where is the Force when you really need it?) Instead, you will need to obtain crystals that change your existing lightsaber color to the color of your choice.

BioWare has recently revealed the very popular white lightsaber crustal will be available in the game and you can buy it from computer-brained vendors.

BioWare revealed this information in a blog post about future game changes. “In related news, a very limited number of pure white colour crystals have been recovered by a Hutt-sponsored expedition into uncharted space,” wrote lead combat designer Greg Zoeller.
“As of today, small stocks of these extremely rare and expensive crystals have started to appear in vendor stocks at the primary Imperial and Republic transportation hubs. With no new shipments expected for several months, those wealthy enough to afford these crystals may find themselves in possession of a highly sought-after collectable.” 
They also said that Republic players will get a rare purple Lightsaber crystal and the talk seems to indicate that more colors will come in the future. With this being such a popular in-game feature/item, you can expect that BioWare will want to continue to offer them as they can. 
Do you remember when some players were getting banned for getting this crystal in the past? Well, now you will have an opportunity to get one of these crystals for yourself and you don’t have to put your account at risk to do it. But it might cost you quite a bit of credits…

Lisa Clark

Lisa has been an avid gamer since she was old enough to hold her first controller and a game writer for more than a decade. A child of the Nintendo generation, she believes they just don’t make games like they used to but sometimes, they make them even better! While consoles will always be her first love, Lisa spends most of her gaming time on the PC these days- on MMOs and first-person shooters in particular.