In a time where the Empire's grip on the galaxy is still tenuous, take command of early Rebel luminaries or the Emperor's closest advisors in an epic struggle to define a galaxy still smoldering from the Clone Wars. Assemble your faction's war machine from dozens of asynchronous lines, then augment it with hundreds of potential upgrades. Transform aspiring heroes into legends to provide intangible leadership to your military and government. Leverage entire planets and civilizations to their greatest potential through base building. Then, when everything is in place, plot your conquest vector. This is a four-decade strategic simulation of warfare across 120,000 light-years.
Phoenix Rising 2.0 moves into public beta with the release of our full, work-in-progress galactic conquest set.
Play the Galactic Civil War your way from 18BBY with the full range of PR tech in the sandbox campaigns.
Experience the lead-up to A New Hope from both sides of the Galactic Civil War, as told in the Legends universe, in the Operation Skyhook campaign.
Capture or defend Coruscant in the Road to Coruscant.
Defeat Thrawn's attempts to reassert the Empire or fight with him to eradicate the New Republic in the Thrawn Campaign.
Unite the warring Imperials or liberate the galaxy in Imperial Mutiny.
Short summary of changes:
For a full changelog, visit www.eawpr.net..
Unzip into your Forces of Corruption Mods folder so that you have \Mods\Phoenix_Rising_v2_Beta. Inside the Phoenix_Rising_v2_0_Beta folder, there are two .bat files, for disk/GoG and Steam versions.
Copy Phoenix_Rising_v2_0_Beta.bat into your Star Wars Forces of Corruption or EAWX folder, alongside swfoc.exe and then put a shortcut to the .bat file wherever you want.
Recommended to use the workshop version of the mod for easy installation, available here:
Copy Phoenix_Rising_v2_0_Demo_Steam.bat into your "...\Steam\steamapps\common\Star Wars Empire at War\corruption\" folder, alongside StarWarsG.exe and then put a shortcut to the .bat file wherever you want. Alternatively, use the in-game mod launcher, or the Steam launch options using MODPATH=Mods\Phoenix_Rising_v2_Beta
Recommended: install onto an SSD and use a CPU with good single-core performance for best results.