Over 10,000 gamers have joined the free fan project to bring the MMO back to life.
Star Wars Galaxies has been resurrected by fans for seven months, and the 2003 cult hit MMO enters 2022 with enormous ambitions to grow, update, and even add original content.
Since its release in May, Star Wars Galaxies Restoration 3 has received numerous server infrastructure updates and bug fixes. There are 11,421 accounts, with 12,207 characters created—a long cry from the MMO's heyday, but nevertheless amazing work. The Restoration 3 team has focused on that by integrating former reward items and mechanics into the crafting system, among other changes to the MMO's systems. Star Wars Galaxies is infamous for implementing one of the first primarily player-driven economies in MMOs, and the Restoration 3 team has focused on that by integrating former reward items and mechanics into the crafting system, among other changes to the MMO's systems.
We consider Star Wars Galaxies to be an MMO that nearly revolutionised the world around here.
They have plans to include more material from the original game, including the Jedi class, in the future, as well as community advancement goals to unlock new content and server-wide progression for users. They want to include the planet Mustafar, more player species, and the Jedi class's secret unlock process in 2022.