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SWTOR Credit Farming Through Space Combat

Posted Tue, Jul 10, 2012 by jeffprime

swtor credit farming through space combat

It is the truth that credits make the galaxy go round in SWTOR. Whether you're playing as a hardened Bounty Hunter, an idealistic Jedi Consular, or as a roguish Smuggler, you're always in need of credits. The best items in SWTOR aren't free, whether it's gear, speeders, skills, or legacy upgrades. Unless you have the vast wealth of a Hutt crime lord, you're going to have to earn those shiny credits to keep your character and companions up to snuff. While there are several methods to farm credits in SWTOR, most players overlook the ability to do so in space combat. To that end, Swtorhub.com looks at how players can farm credits by playing space combat missions.

One good reason for credit farming through space combat is that you don't have to waste a lot of time running around to do so. You can engage in as many space combat missions as you wish from the cockpit of your own spaceship. Second, there is no competition for resources in space combat. Each mission takes place in a solo instance so you don't have to worry about other players grabbing resources before you or opposing faction players getting the jump on you as you're running around. Third, you can redo the space combat missions as often as you want.

Head over to Swtorhub.com to continue reading the Credit Farming Through Space Combat.

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