Project Director Keith Kanneg updates the Star Wars: The Old Republic community with updates since Legacy of the Sith was released. He responded to feedback and how BioWare is preparing for a major update dedicated to fixes and new content.
Kanneg admits that the transition to 7.0 has not been smooth for many players, so they've been working on key issues and responding to the feedback they've received. The amount of fixes required will warrant the entire patch. The next patch is targeted for around March 22, and will fix at least 200 patches in one massive push.
Issues that will be fixed include adjusting the contrast in the inventory screen, which is reported to be a headache for players, the category filter in the ability window that needs to show all categories, some chests that were meant to have loot in them actually don't have any SWTOR Credits, and Uniform colors on individual armors are sometimes not saved when you leave the clothing store window.
Another thing that was frustrating for some players was that while fighting Malgus on Elom during Flashpoint, there was something in the game that caused players to take a lot of unexpected and unexpected damage. They were testing the fix on PTS and explained that it was because they had logged the bug on the live server but couldn't reproduce it on the dev server. They have some dubious reasons, but testing continues.
Kanneg also noted that 7.0 was such a transformative and fundamental update to the game that some players are still used to the stuff. He also promises more stories to come, and 7.0 is their first step towards the future of SWTOR. There will also be PVP revamps, new locations, and more graphics and modernization improvements during this year's 7.0 update. Until then, players can buy SWTOR Credits at https://www.iggm.com/.