One week remaining to voluntarily transfer off the SWTOR APAC servers

Death Star

By on August 6, 2013 at 9:07 am

The Asia-Pacific servers for Star Wars: The Old Republic are closing and the Death Star has moved into the outer edges of the system: it’s time to heed the evacuation warnings and get off-world as soon as you can.

On Tuesday, August 13 the APAC servers will be demolished and all characters on them forcibly transferred to the following servers:

  • Dalborra -> The Harbinger
  • Master Dar’Nala -> The Bastion
  • Gav Daragon -> Bergeren Colony

If you’d like to actually choose where your APAC character ends up (you can pick from any non-Asia-Pacific server), you need to follow these instructions:

  • Go to your “My Account” page by clicking on your username in the top right corner of SWTOR.com
  • On the left hand side, scroll down to Character Transfer
  • Once there, select your current APAC server and then the character you wish to transfer
  • Now select your destination server (where you want to move your character)
  • Press the transfer button

Godspeed.

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My friend and I leveled from 1 to 50 on these almost empty servers (since everyone had transferred off) it was awesome. It is a sad day to see them shutdown.

 
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