While players have been able to customise their outfits in Star Wars: The Old Republic since 2015, weapons were excluded from the Outfitter feature until now, with the 7.0.2 update expanding the Outfitter to include this much requested feature.
This week, the 7.0.2 update expands the Outfitter to include weapons. It works the same way as armour: select one of your outfits in the Outfitter tab, and then grab the weapon with the appearance you want from your inventory, dropping it into the appropriate slot. Your actual weapon’s stats will still be used, but now it’ll have the appearance, sound and visual effects of the one in the Outfitter. This includes the colour crystal and weapon tuning.
This will cost you some credits, but given how easy it is to become a multi-millionaire in SWTOR, it shouldn’t break the bank. And it’s worth it to avoid being mocked for having no drip by precocious younglings.
Weapons being added to the Outfitter is the highlight of the update, but 7.0.2 also includes a multitude of fixes, which you can check out in the patch notes. Another double XP event is imminent, too, kicking off on May 3 and running until May 10.
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