BioWare originally released star Wars The Old Republic in December 2011, and has since received many story expansions and updates. These expansion packs introduce new heroes, villains and plots for all players to explore. But BioWare has been reviewing one of its most common villains: Darth Malgus. Darth Malgus provides many highlights for the game plot and also attracts players to invest time in the game, even to buy SWTOR Credits.
Darth Malgus first appeared in the Return, Hope, and Deceived SWTOR trailers, and always guides the Empire players to complete the tasks in the game. Players can defeat Malgus in one action, but he is resurrected as the Queen’s Wrath in the Onslaught expansion pack. It is difficult for players to fight Darth Malgus. After all, he is the villain throughout SWTOR. Players can choose to buy SWTOR Gold to help.
SWTOR’s upcoming expansion, Legacy of the Sith, once again put Darth Malgus in a hostile position. The Legacy of the Sith story summary states that players will take part in a military operation loyal to their respective camps and uncover the conspiracy of Darth Malgus. If players want to better complete the game content in the new expansion, they can choose to buy SWTOR Credits to enhance the fun.
If this is Malgus’s first appearance as a villain, the upcoming conflict may look even more exciting. However, the continued existence of Malgus as an enemy seems to show BioWare’s lack of creativity. Instead of investing in interesting characters. The interesting new SWTOR villain has many options and may excite players a lot. If BioWare wants to continue to attract players to play SWTOR and go to buy SWTOR Money, it may need to think a bit about the creation of new characters.