This week we talk mainly about January’s Producer Livestream, including the delay of the Eternal Championship until Chapter 11 and some tantalizing details for the new warzone coming sometime in the next few months.
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- Last Thursday, BioWare held its January Producer Livestream, which can be watched on Twitch (or thanks to Dulfy you can see it on YouTube). Eric Musco subsequently posted a summary of what was covered.
- The new warzone, which we will find out more about in February’s Producer Livestream, features a variant of the King of the Hill game mode, which appears to be quite similar to that implemented in Star Wars Battlefront’s Drop Zone mode.
- The Eternal Championship, which has been delayed from Chapter 10 to Chapter 11, was summarised, though it seems the gear rewards have yet to be decided. BioWare is asking the community for their suggestions on the item level of the rewards for the tiered rewards (for completing 5, 7 and all 10 encounters). Steven Chew, the developer coordinating the work on the Eternal Championship, is also asking for feedback.
- Star Wars: Episode VIII has been delayed from 26 May 2017 to 15 December 2017. However, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story will still release on 16 December 2016.
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