Star Wars: The Old Republic Goes Free-To-Play Nov. 15

We’ve finally got the date for when Star Wars: The Old Republic makes the transition to free-to-play, and it’s happening sooner than we might have thought — Nov. 15.

That’s when players will be able to take on the entire story campaign of SWTOR for free, without paying a cent. There are a number of limits on the free version of the game, however, but many of those elements can be restored on an a la carte basis by paying for Cartel Coins.

And speaking of Cartel Coins, if you remain a subscriber to SWTOR, you’ll receive a number of free Cartel Coins for your trouble. In fact, BioWare and Electronic Arts are running a deal that if you bother to re-subscribe, you’ll get a bunch of Cartel Coins for however long you were originally subscribed. You can get more details from this post over at SWTOR.com.

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3 Comments on Star Wars: The Old Republic Goes Free-To-Play Nov. 15

sep

On November 9, 2012 at 10:30 pm

Take it from me…. DO NOT WASTE YOUR TIME on this game.

I have played from launch, up until my sub ran out last week. I had so much invested in this game, but it just is hopeless. FU EA

Tommy the Harp

On November 10, 2012 at 8:35 am

@sep
“This game sucks! It only took me 11 months of continuous subscription and play to suddenly figure out that I was wasting my time.”

I mean, no one was forcing you to play it that long. If you don’t like it that’s cool, but why bother posting a comment that paints you as a complete moron?

Zach

On November 11, 2012 at 7:48 pm

Sep your’s is a mentality that I will never understand.

If you hated this game so much I do not understand why you would keep playing, let alone paying for it, for almost an entire year.

If you truly hated it so why did you keep coming back??