Star Wars: Ascendancy is a total conversion, allowing you to play as the Imperial Remnant, New Republic and Empire of the Hand in the period between the death of the Emperor at Endor and the Yuuzhan Vong invasion's beginning.

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11 comments by .Corey. on Oct 16th, 2014

...The Imperial Remnant...
The galaxy has fallen into disorder in the years after Endor. Can anyone take the remains of the once-great Empire and restore peace?

Keep in mind that what you see represented in the trailer is still from a work-in-progress, and that a lot of stuff (especially particle effects) will be or even has already been updated between filming and release.

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KhevaKins Dec 14 2014, 12:48pm says:

Top 100, good work.

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Sinistar45 Dec 10 2014, 8:54pm says:

So release date is the 18th? is my eyes decieving me?

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rex44x Dec 8 2014, 7:31pm says:

got a question, will the fleet and capital ship supply be like it is in soge? i hope so that way there can be a lot of star destroyers in fleets.

+2 votes     reply to comment Dec 8 2014, 5:06am says:

Way excited for this game. Corey/any of the devs, are you guys still looking at a December release as per moddb webpage? I don't really care how long it takes: I'd rather you take your time to get it where you want it (which is probably where it'll be amazing).

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ADM-Ntek Dec 2 2014, 9:00am says:

looks nice and all but what reason would i have to play this instead of SOGE. what will be different? what are the major selling points of this mod?

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pali1d Dec 2 2014, 9:35pm replied:

Speaking as a fan of the dev's previous work for Empire at War...
Polish and better graphics, for one, since it was designed for Rebellion from the ground up, rather than for original Sins and then ported over. Ships are going to be as close to EU canon as possible for their durability and armaments while preserving gameplay. The factions have significantly different philosophies and bonuses, ship abilities are being done completely differently, antimatter (supply) is now a measure of how many fighters the ship has rather than power for abilities... and much more.

In just about every way besides also being a Star Wars mod, this will be different from SoGE. I expect a year from now or so to have this, Star Wars Interregnum and SoGE in my mods folder, and each of them will be quite distinct mods.

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_Alive_ Dec 2 2014, 4:57pm replied:

I cant speak for the devs but ive always thought of Ascendancy like the STA3 of the Star Wars universe. The models and effects in this mod are stunning and its clear the devs care and love this mod aswell as the franchise.

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.Corey. Dec 2 2014, 11:57pm replied:

Luckily, mods are free so everyone can play as many as they want and we have no intention of trying to convince people to play one mod over the other. While Ascendancy and SoGE (and Interregnum) are all Star Wars mods, they are made by different groups with different teams, goals and styles so there's at least as much variance between them as between mods in different universes.

That being said, I will run down some of the major differences for you. First off, the factions ultimately being represented in them are very different, and I'd say we have a bigger "top down" focus on making the factions play differently through their tech and ships. SoGE's ship roles and functions also tend to be a bit more similar to Sins, whereas we go closer to in-unverse roles and build the gameplay from that.

In the details, we've also posted several news posts and pictures which describe several of the features in the mod, many of which are unique to Ascencdancy; migration, degrading ship systems, supply, etc. One of the main purposes for us to make the mod was because while we like Sins, we saw certain game loops and mechanics as being frustrating, and we place an emphasis on reworking or removing them.

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ADM-Ntek Dec 3 2014, 6:32am replied:

thanks for the detailed info. sounds like some interesting changes.

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Guest Dec 2 2014, 4:54am says:

You have my vote ;) Your mod looks amazing.

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