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John McCarroll
Star Wars The Old Republic Goes Free To Play In One Week
November 15 will get you in to one of the better MMORPGs out there at no cost.
11.08.12 - 12:11 PM

BioWare has announced that the global launch of the Free-to-Play option for their MMORPG Star Wars: The Old Republic will launch in one week on November 15. The Free-to-Play option allows players to experience every class storyline, level up to the current cap ot 50, and introduces a new microtransaction setup with the Cartel Market.

Those who paid for the retail version of the game and subscribed to TOR can also take advantage of free Cartel Coins. Old subscribers who reactivate by December 20 or who hold an active subscription at the free-to-play transition will receive 250 cartel coins on top of additional coins from months of subscription, owning the Collector's Edition, and other bonuses.

Information on the Free-to-Play version of Star Wars: The Old Republic can be found at the Official Website.


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