SWTOR Has 2M New Players Since Going Free-To-Play


Ever since Star Wars: The Old Republic decided to be a free-to-play video game, the number of player sign-ups has dramatically increased. There’s an estimated 2 million increase in accounts being created since it went free-to-play.

This free-to-play option allows players to experience the main storyline and level up to the maximum level without paying a subscription fee. However, certain restrictions and limitations apply to free-to-play accounts, and subscribing or purchasing in-game items provides additional benefits and content access. Every single day there are vast amount of gamers signing up to take part in one of the best, if not the best Star Wars video game of all time. The game is one of the most popular MMO games around now.

The other great news for the Star Wars franchise, is the SWTOR Rise of the Hutt Cartel expansion pack is due for release this Spring. This will bring plenty of customisable features to make your character look just the way you want them in regards to appearance.

Players will be able to do this by using Cartel coins and totally transform your character. We will have a full review on the expansion pack as soon as it is officially released.


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One thought on “SWTOR Has 2M New Players Since Going Free-To-Play

  1. I am one of those and recently starting subscribing. Great game, hopefully it isn’t a future victim of “The Great Disney Massacre” as it will soon be known!

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