Interviews from the SWTORspere

With Game Update 1.4 on the way, we are seeing more information coming out about the new features, free to play model and other changes happening within SWTOR and the community. One of the highlights of this information is the great interviews that usually come out from BioWare staff.

This is our chance to learn more about what’s really going on and sometimes, to get the very questions we want asked, asked. We have a nice roundup this week of interviews with Gabe Amantangelo, Joveth Gonzalez and Lead System Designer, Damion Schubert.

Chris and Anexxia interview SWTOR Community Manager Joveth Gonzalez and get  the scoop on what his first few months on the job have been like, find out what his team has in store for us over the next couple of months as we lead up to the launch of the free-to-play option and more. You can listen to the podcast yourself here.

Hyperspace Beacon: SWTOR’s Gabe Amatangelo on 1.4 and free-to-play comes to us from Massively and we learn more about game update 1.4, new operations and gear and how this will grow and change over time in the future of the game, PvP armor questions, existing subscribers and what will happen to them when it goes free to play and much more. Game update 1.4 is on the public test server now. Free-to-play option will be available to players this fall. Check out this interview from Massively for more information.

Finally, there is another interview from SWTOR Face: SWTOR Companion QnA with Lead System Designer, Damion Schubert. Here we learn more about HK-51, HK-51 customization options, companion storylines, more companion related questions and some details about what we might see in the future of the game.

So there you go! Head on over and check out these interviews yourself if you have not already.

Sources:

SWTORFace.com

Massively

MMOReporter

Lisa Mason

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.