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.
A (second) Republic at War news update for the month of June, 2013.
Posted by KillerHurdz on Jun 8th, 2013
Current Project Status
As of yesterday evening, the testers have begun providing the team with feedback that will help us polish the final release build. As we've said before, the beta period will last approximately two weeks with the public release occurring a few days afterwards. We will be announcing a release date next week.
Multiplayer Compatibility Poll
We're asking users to vote in the poll that we ran in a while back as it will help us better understand our fan-base. Both the RaW v1.1.5 Mod Launcher and the FOC Game Cleaner enable players to clear up compatibility issues between game versions, allowing for online play. Both apps currently sync to the retail (disc) version of Empire at War Forces of Corruption but we're seeing an increasing number of Steam users and want to accommodate the larger audience. Although you're not required to log in, we have been known to grab testers who have contributed to the forums *hint* *hint*.
We appreciate the support and hope you're looking forward to this month's release as much as we are.