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Star Wars: The Old Republic goes free to play on 15 November
EA has finally revealed the launch date for the free to play version of Star Wars: The Old Republic.
Star Wars: The Old Republic Lead Designer discusses F2P Options
Development on the free to play version of Star Wars: the Old Republic appears t be speeding along and Lead Designer Damion Schubert issued a new developer blog which explains exactly what’s going to happen and what features are available in the free version of the MMO.
Star Wars: The Old Republic – Exec Producer on the state of the game
Star Wars and the MMO genre should be a match made in heaven, well in theory at least, but it didn’t exactly pan out out like that for Bioware’s MMO.
Star Wars: The Old Republic free to play features in video
Not too long now until Bioware and EA’s Star Wars: The Old Republic goes free to play.
Subscription vs Free to Play features in Star Wars: The Old Republic
SWTOR did not exactly excite the MMO world, and with that in mind, the game will have a free to play option going live in the not too distant future.
SWTOR lead designer quits BioWare, attacks direction of industry
BioWare’s Daniel Erickson, lead designer on Star Wars: The Old Republic, has decided to resign from the studio.
Greg Zeschuk ended BioWare Austin role in May
Rumours have been circulating today that BioWare co-founder Greg Zeschuk had left the company.
Star Wars: The Old Republic at Gamescom
With the recent news that SWTOR is going free to play later this year, anyone going to Gamescom will be keen to find out what EA has planned for the title.
Star Wars: The Old Republic has lost over 300,000 subscribers since May
EA has admitted that Star Wars: The Old Republic subscription numbers have fallen below one million for the first time since its release in December 2011.
Star Wars: The Old Republic going free to play
There has been speculation for some time that EA and Bioware’s MMO would go free to play and today during EA’s investor call they finally announced that the game will be going free to play.
Further layoffs at Bioware Austin, SWTOR executive producer leaves
While Star Wars: The Old Republic continues to boast decent (albeit diminishing) subscriber numbers, there’s further proof today that the expensive EA-backed MMO is not living up to the grand ambitions of its investors.
MMO market is as big as it’s ever going to be, says Pachter
Speaking earlier today at the Evolve conference in Brighton, videogame analyst for Wedbush Securities, has stated his belief that the MMO market is as big as it’s ever going to get.
BioWare looking at free-to-play for Star Wars: The Old Republic
Despite BioWare saying late last year that it couldn’t see MMO Star Wars: The Old Republic going down the free-to-play route anytime soon, it was only a matter of before the developer looked into the prospect.
BioWare talks forthcoming Star Wars: The Old Republic features
BioWare’s Ray Muzyka spoke to the audience at EA’s E3 conference about a mass of forthcoming features for Star Wars: The Old Republic.
Layoffs at BioWare Austin affect Star Wars: The Old Republic
‘Restructuring'; a word that strikes fear in any employee below a managerial position.
SWTOR shed 400k users between Feburary and March
The total number of subscribers to Star Wars: The Old Republic fell by 400,000 between mid-February and the end of March, leaving the game with 1.3 million potential players.