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The Old Republic's Ilum still having issues

Feb 08 // Chris Carter    @DtoidChris

All is not well with the galaxy in The Old Republic. Evidently kills on the world PVP planet Ilum (one of the few things you can do post level 50) aren't registering for a lot of folks, meaning they can't complete their daily or weekly quest requirements. A few people are stating that they're going to unsubscribe, as world PVP is the only thing they were interested in. One user cleverly commented "the only good fix for Ilum right now is the Death Star".

Personally, I can confirm that my 50 also isn't registering kills, but I'm having more issues with end-game than just the lack of world PVP. First off, it would be nice to have some sort of dungeon finder tool a la World of Warcraft, so that I could casually do some Flashpoints. The new Warzones are going to be nice, but unless they come with the ability to choose which one I want when I queue, I won't be interested -- I'm sick of playing Huttball with a team that treats it like Team Deathmatch!

Ilum Issues After 1.1.2 [Darth Hater]


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