A Huge Update Was Just Rolled Out for a 17-Year-Old Star Wars Game

Some games never lose their charm. In recent times, we've noticed revitalization attempts for older games, such as the unexpected update of Titanfall 2. However, an even older game has now been given some attention - Star Wars: Empire at War, which was launched in 2006.

Details on the Steam community page reveal that the new update offers a 64-bit version of both the original game and Star Wars: Empire at War: Forces of Corruption. This upgrade aims to address 'Out of Memory' issues and modernize the game.

Additionally, there are several enhancements for stability, bug fixes, and more aimed at assisting the community. The game continues to enjoy a thriving modding scene, and this update has prompted those still actively playing to speculate on its implications. While many fans hope for a sequel on a Reddit thread, it seems best, for now, to appreciate this fresh update for Star Wars: Empire at War.

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