Star Wars: The Old Republic Summary
Ill-gotten gains in Star Wars: The Old Republic is a big no-no, andhas decided what course of action they're to take in dealing with those who used the 'Ravager’s Exploit'. It's a suspension for some, and bans for others.
The studio recognise this is a "no win situation" and admit responsibility for allowing it to go on "for an unreasonable length of time," but now the bill is due for those who took advantage.
Shadow of Revan expansion to MMO Star Wars: The Old Republic is now available through its Early Access pre-order offer to subscribers. That means you can start on Revan's 'final chapter'.
Players have already faced off against Revan but no one really knew what happened to him, so now BioWare intends to "answer that question," says senior producer Bruce MacLean.
We Star Wars: The Old Republic (some of you guys still play it, right?), but now we know what form his reappearance will take.that Darth Revan would be making his way to
A new digital expansion titled Shadow of Revan marks the Sith Lord's return at the head of an army of of fanatically loyal warriors - the 'Revanites'.
Bioware has released an interesting Star Wars: The Old Republic's 3.0 content update, which appears to show fan favourite character Revan making a return.for
*SPOILER* warnings within for those who've for some inexplicable reason not played the original Knights of the Old Republic.
It might surprise you to know that Bioware's staggeringly expensive foray into the MMORPG market, Star Wars: The Old Republic, is still the fourth biggest subscription MMO in the world.
The game made a whopping $165 million in 2013, suggesting that despite largely disappearing from the gaming press since its switch to free-to-play back in 2012, there's life in the old girl yet.