Republic at War is a total conversion modification for Star Wars Empire at War Forces of Corruption. The mod replaces the Empire with the Galactic Republic and the Rebel Alliance with the Confederacy. Republic at War focuses heavily on the theatrical films but also contains content from the Clone Wars cartoon series as well as the expanded universe. Players can re-enact various Clone War campaigns such as the Outer Rim Sieges. Players will have the choice to fight as either the CIS or the Republic and wage war for control of the galaxy. Realism is key and players will have unprecedented control over how and where they fight. Push forward with an entire clone legion such as the 501st or 212th or overwhelm your opponent with a seemingly endless number of B1 battledroids. The choice is yours. There are also a number of expansions planned that will add new (as well as polish existing) content.

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Silvermarch Jun 7 2012, 5:16am says:


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HTRK74JR Jun 7 2012, 6:12am says:

much much better than the least way to install. hopefully this wont cause people problems. I remember, it took me 3 days and alot of help from youtube to install this game. BUT thanks to this mod, i learned how to install any mod. almost any mod.

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Afro-yoda-ninja Jun 7 2012, 10:58am replied:

What he said :)

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starkiller623 Sep 13 2012, 12:13am replied:

I'm lucky enough to have Windows Vista, I installed it correctly on the first try.

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Opinionator Jun 7 2012, 1:03pm replied:

3 Days? WTF! OOH you on windows 7?

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HTRK74JR Jun 7 2012, 7:31pm replied:

yep, thats what caused my problem, and the files were in odd places and everything, thats why i go thank the gaming lord in the console if theres and automatic installer and i dont have to do anyting

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Opinionator Jun 9 2012, 8:33am replied:

Thats whats been putting me off W7. I suppose I can install two OS and keep XP for games that run on it better like this one.

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Tur Jun 9 2012, 8:48pm replied:

Are u sure? I needed for the install only 5 minutes. And i have Win 7 too.

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Silvermarch Jun 7 2012, 9:51pm replied:

I am on W7 and it didn't take a fraction of that time to install this mod.

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TheTriangulum Jun 7 2012, 2:25pm replied:

ok... but it is not hard lol. It is not quantum mechanics or anything.

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elitewolf13 Sep 18 2012, 7:45pm replied:

i have windows XP and installed it in less than 2 or 3 minutes

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Siegwin Jun 7 2012, 6:25am says:

Top left is republik at war 1.2

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Wariscool Jun 7 2012, 6:52am says:

Is this a hint... :)

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Sanguinius Jun 7 2012, 7:09am says:

Well it's good that you are working on a new installer but it's also sad how much you have to dumb things down for people to understand...

I installed this mod on the first try without any problems, and it worked ever since. It's still on my computer :P

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Wariscool Jun 7 2012, 9:18am replied:

Same here

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Ten10dix Jun 7 2012, 11:44am replied:

I had a small problem with the AI, but fixed it soon afterwards (made a silly installation mistake xD).

Note that its always easier to do when you know how. I remember when I first installed a mod (like, ever xD). It was for FoC and was, coincidentally, Z3rox's one (the other one). I spent hours trying to get it to work :P

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RexKonroy3355 Jun 7 2012, 8:23am says:

Well I'll chose ,,Typical'', who else? ^^

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Azazel_Hereticus Jun 7 2012, 8:52am says:

"Custom" always :P
Great work guys


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Anakin_Sklavenwalker Author
Anakin_Sklavenwalker Jun 7 2012, 9:36am replied:

you should do this btw. there are some things in custom install you might want to install ;) well add this into the description

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Tangae Jun 7 2012, 4:07pm says:

Does it work for the steam version of the game ?

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Anakin_Sklavenwalker Author
Anakin_Sklavenwalker Jun 7 2012, 4:50pm replied:

cant say that ... i dont have the steam version. ill see what i can do ...

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KillerHurdz Creator
KillerHurdz Jun 8 2012, 1:15am replied:

Of course it will.

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Kimplin Jun 12 2012, 12:08pm says:

I find it easier to just replace the foc files with the RaW files. ANd it counts towards my steam play hours to. Clocking in 40 hours a week bro im so pro. Herp Derp.

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Lion_Vincent Jun 13 2012, 10:03am says:

Could someone tell me, where the download link for the version 1.2 is?? Thank you very much <3 <3

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Afro-yoda-ninja Jun 14 2012, 4:54am replied:

Hehe, not out yet. We're all posting comments just to do something while we're on the site waiting for it...!!! Or, maybe at least I am...

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Daemones Jun 30 2012, 11:42pm says:


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This is a concept for our new installer.
A new installer with useful feature will help you to install Republic at War correctly and will avoid missmatches in Online or LAN modus.
The installer will auto-detect your Path where FoC is installed and uses this path as default directory.

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