New content for Old Republic

By on February 12, 2013 at 3:02 pm

The latest update for Star Wars: The Old Republic is set to go live within 24 hours and developer BioWare has released a short video in support of the package. Known as Relics of the Gree, this new recurring event will see players travel to the icebound (and wompa infested) world of Ilum. There they will discover a mysterious new starship, clash with other players for resources and help some adorable aliens with their scientific enquiries. According to BioWare, players should attain at least level 45 before attempting Relics of the Gree. The event will run through Tuesday 26 February and then return periodically thereafter.

Source: SWTOR

4 comments (Leave your own)

Still not enough to bring me back to the game.

I think anyone who is a old member on a low pop server can understand that server transfers are more important to be available to players than any content update right now.

 
kinistoniscool

haven’t played since they announced free-to-play, none of my friends are playing it so, playing it alone isn’t worth my time.

 

Started playing it again recently with a few friends. You really do need friends to play it, but there’s close to ten of us now on regularly, and it makes a huge difference.

 

Re-subbed after it went F2P and am absolutely enjoying it, in an active guild on Dalborra and I got about 5 of my mates in to it. It is handy having some friends playing for end game stuff but for levelling and the story-lines you can play by yourself quite fine :).

 
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