Some time ago, Bioware brought some confirmations about Guild Conquest for Star Wars: The Old Republic 7.0. But the most frustrating thing for players recently is that SWTOR 7.0 Legacy of the Sith has been postponed to February 15, 2022, which also gives players plenty of time to Buy SWTOR Credits to prepare for the new expansion. Here are some updates from Guild Conquest.
Guild Conquest vs Personal Conquest Points in 7.0. Recently, BioWare has announced that players need to get 100k Personal Conquest Points after 7.0 to be eligible for the weekly Personal Conquest reward package. This will be effective on the first Tuesday when the extension starts. Once 7.0 is online, players will need at least 100k Conquest Points to receive weekly rewards. This means that players will have to redouble their efforts before it released the expansion. So players also need to prepare enough SWTOR Credits to get more points.
Jackie said that players need to earn 100k in the week before 7.0 to be eligible for Guild rewards. Since the points will be set to 100k when the expansion starts, this value is defined as the current value, so the guild needs 100k before launching. This change only applies to players’ personal weekly targets. Guild Conquest targets will not change. Players can buy SWTOR Gold to achieve this goal.
Jackie added that Guild Conquest has not changed. The guild does not need more points to hit small/medium/high-yield planets. These thresholds will remain unchanged. Although the release of Legacy of the Sith has been postponed, players can take advantage of this time to understand the recent changes fully and buy SWTOR Credits to make adequate preparations for its arrival.
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