Just a few weeks ago, the Ten Ton Hammer team had the fantastic
opportunity to target="_blank">chat with Darla Freeze,
an associate producer at SOE – Denver and the woman with the
it comes to SOE – Denver’s latest project,
Champions of the Force.
While the first interview was full of fun facts, many questions were
still hanging in the air, so we got in contact with Darla one more time
to quiz her on the details of CotF.
Over the next few months, you can expect to see many articles popping
up about this online card game, and Ten Ton Hammer will be there to
give you all the latest information! Also, make sure you check out our
two sets of exclusive screenshots – href="http://www.tentonhammer.com/node/41119" target="_blank">one
of loot and the other of href="http://www.tentonhammer.com/node/41221" target="_blank">actual
in-game cards. Enjoy!
Ton Hammer: In our previous interview you mentioned that there will be
several single player campaigns that players will be able to
participate in and enjoy without getting into the multiplayer matches.
Will these differ from the single player campaigns we’ve seen
Legends of Norrath?
Darla: Like Legends of Norrath, there will be three
difficulty settings and the story will define specific win conditions
for each scenario. In some you’ll need to be more aggressive,
others you’ll need to focus on questing. So you’ll
be required to use
different strategies throughout the campaign. A big difference is that
in Legends of Norrath you can use any archetype you want in the
scenarios. In Champions of the Force however, there are two campaigns,
one for the light side faction and one for dark side faction. You'll
have to play Jedi or Rebel decks in the light side campaign, and
Imperial or Sith decks in the dark side campaign.
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