Star Wars: The Old Republic

EU & US Release date: 20 Dec, 2011
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A long time ago in a galaxy massively online...

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Bioware teases next Old Republic expansion

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Bioware’s choice to take the Star Wars RPG online stung for Knights of the Old Republic fans, even with the MMO’s focus on cinematic storytelling. It sounds like the recent expansion, Knights of the Fallen Empire, was a solid piece of content for those craving a solo story experience, and the next chapter in that story is coming soon.

EA teases two unannounced Star Wars games

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Electronic Arts and Star Wars have had a happy marriage for years, and 2015 was no different, with 13 million units of Star Wars Battlefront shipping and free-to-play MMO Star Wars: The Old Republic going strong. It's not surprising that the publisher would tease that it has two new games in the pipeline.

Knights of the Fallen Empire expansion now available for Star Wars: The Old Republic, launch trailer released

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BioWare has released a new trailer to celebrate the launch of the major expansion for their MMO Star Wars: The Old Republic, Knights of the Fallen Empire.

Players will travel to the Outer Rim of the galaxy to come face-to-face with Emperor Valkorion and his Eternal Empire. They will take on the role of the Outlander, a veteran of the Great Galactic War, discovering the secrets of Valkorion and how his dark destiny will link with the Outlander's.

Alliance trailer debuts for Knights of the Fallen Empire expansion to Star Wars: The Old Republic

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The first trailer for the upcoming Knights of the Fallen Empire expansion has been released by BioWare, showing off the Alliance side of things.

Mass Effect writer Drew Karpyshyn returns to BioWare to work on the Old Republic

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Former Mass Effect writer Drew Karpyshyn has returned to BioWare to take up story duties on Star Wars: The Old Republic. Having just finished his own book trilogy, Chaos Born, it's a natural time for Drew Karpyshyn to return to the company where he made his name.

"Working at BioWare was a challenging but very rewarding job," he writes on his blog, "and it’s good to be back as part of the team. The thing I missed most about BioWare was the amazing people I got to work with, and luckily for me many of them are still there! I suspect a lot of folks are going to wonder if this means BioWare is about to announce a new project tied to my return. The short answer: no. I originally came to the Austin studio many years ago to work on SWTOR and – at least for now – that’s what I’m focusing on again."

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