Friday, 13 August 2010

Jedi Knight Advanced Classes

Today BioWare reveals a bit more information on the Jedi Knight class, giving us the class' two advanced classes and one of the companions. Oh, and a new ingame movie showing the class in action.

First though is the next issue of the Blood of the Empire webcomic. Here is the official news:
It's the beginning of the end in the ninth issue of Blood of the Empire™. Teneb Kel awakens from his vision with a new understanding of the danger he faces--but is there still time to stop Exal Kressh's plot against the Emperor from coming to fruition? And meanwhile, what's going on with Maggot and the Jedi Padawan...?

Check out the latest issue of Blood of the Empire now!
Of course the mean of today's update lies with the Jedi Knight. Not only do we get some details on their two advanced classes, the more tank-like Guardian and the more damage-dealing Sentinel, and one of their companions, the Astromech droid T7-01, but we also get a new movie. Here is the official news:
As part of our ongoing class updates, we are thrilled to confirm the Advanced Classes for the valiant Jedi Knight – Guardian and Sentinel! Whether you want to defend the weak and inspire your allies to amazing feats as a Guardian or learn the art of using two Lightsabers simultaneously to create an intricate web of damage as a Sentinel, the Advanced Class system in Star Wars™: The Old Republic™ will help you customize your character. Check out the Jedi Knight section on the HoloNet for more information! Check out the media section to see a new video of the Jedi Knight in action, and download some never-before-seen screenshots!

We’ve also updated the Biography section with someone indispensable to the Jedi Knight – Astromech T7-01! Visit the HoloNet to learn about this known associate from the Jedi Knight holorecord, or by accessing the T7-O1 biography.
And that's it for this Friday's update. Next week is GamesCom and The Old Republic has been confirmed to be there. EA will be streaming their press conference live (I'll probably still be at work when they do) and there'll probably be things like interviews and hands-on articles coming from the conference too. So it's going to be a busy week.

But I'll do my best to keep up with it.

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