A revised gameplay format. Large scaled surface and space maps to accommodate massive military movement. Totally revised unit functions for a more in depth, complicated, and realistic game. Nearly every script has been reviewed and altered to bring out the true nature of the game, and bring it to its full potential. This project is dedicated to what could have been….
The Star Wars: Empire At War - Full Mod - Beta 3 Plus with revised scripts, naming conventions, gameplay, new and updated maps, and units. This version also features early Campaign elements of the Map Pack 2. Comment as you see fit.
Star Wars: Empire At War
Beta 3 Plus
Date: Nov 7, 2012
Please leave comments, any suggestions will be noted. Feedback is important in helping me improve this project. I am not able to find all of the issues by myself. It is up to you, the beta testers, to help me.
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