'Star Wars: Galaxy Of Heroes' Latest News & Update: Droid K-2SO Now Available For Free; How To Redeem 'Rogue One Heroes Pack' Limited Access
A lot of people has been allowed to experience what it is like to battle it out in numerous Star Wars universes through its hit mobile game, "Star Wars: Galaxy of Heroes." It is more in-depth that the typical mobile RPG, but the game is not really that immersive so that hardcore player might not be too interested in it.
This game is actually an entertaining work of art but some game critics had considered it as a flat out loot collecting game which is made to appear as if it were licensed by "Star Wars." In reality, however, it's not just another Star Wars-themed game but an actual instalment sponsored by the franchise itself which means that it could get the latest franchise content.
The game had a content pack that went with Episode VII earlier. Now, the game has an exciting update that will entice fans to watch "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story" when it comes out on theatres very soon.
Android Headlines reports that the new content comes mostly through character packs. However, Android users will be having a little more in the latest update of "Star Wars: Galaxy of Heroes" that is not available to other platforms and that is the K-2SO droid.
The iconic robot is fitting for Android's exclusive content pack and is available absolutely free right now to all Android users and will be available all the way until December 16. While EA did not show much of what other content is exclusive for Android, players can be assured that this latest update will include some of the new characters and items from Rogue One.
K-2SO's arrival was even officially announced on Google Play's official Twitter account to the excitement to a lot of Android users who play "Star Wars: Galaxy of Heroes." While its imminent arrival might excite many, a lot are looking forward for more "Star Wars: A Rogue One Story" content to follow through.
This latest update is called the Rogue One Heroes Pack. Other than the K-2SO droid that Android users will get to enjoy, it is sure to rake in more content that fans will get to see when "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story" comes out in cinemas.
A lot expect to see familiar faces such as an aged Obi Wan Kenobi in "Star Wars: Galaxy of Heroes." But Disney has dropped other characters such as Kyle Katarn and Darth Revan from the "Star Wars Canon."