Star Wars: The Old Republic Summary
UPDATE: Expansion details confirmed and trailer released.
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The upcoming expansion to MMO Star Wars: The Old Republic fromis "only the beginning" says a leaked breakdown of the Knights of the Fallen Empire add-on. It has since been pulled from the official website.
There's a third faction threatening the galaxy, according to a capture of the leaked page. It launches October 27th and is "free to all subscribers". We can start at level 60, build an alliance and continue class stories.
This year's conference fromis going to be dominated by one thing: Star Wars: Battlefront. The Press Conference will begin 1.00pm PDT / 9.00pm GMT+1 and run for about an hour. There's a bit to get through.
Aside fromrevival of Battlefront there's also new expansion for Star Wars: The Old Republic which adds , and there's Mirror’s Edge Catalyst.
Star Wars: The Old Republic gets "largest story-driven" expansion Knights of the Fallen Empire, unveils at E3 2015
Duringof their E3 2015 line-up they reveal a new story-driven expansion for MMO Star Wars: The Old Republic. This new expansion will be focusing on "cinematic storytelling" with all-new dynamic content.
It's so big in fact that we'll have "new worlds to explore, new companions to recruit" and a story that unfolds based on the decisions we make. EA's E3 conference begins Monday, June 15 @ 1:00pm PDT / 9:00pm GMT+1.
Publishing juggernautwill begin their E3 2015 press conference on June 15th, and it will run for an hour and a half. It begins 1.00pm PDT / 9.00pm GMT+1 in Shrine Auditorium. What's expected up on stage?
So far they haven't revealed what's in their E3 line-up but almost certainly it will have Star Wars: Battlefront, MMO Star Wars: The Old Republic, DLC offerings for Battlefield: Hardline and hopefully the next Mass Effect.
So long delightfully cartoonish Battlefield Heroes, ashas announced it's waving the white flag. They're also ending Battlefield Play4Free, taking their ball home in FIFA World and impounding Need for Speed World.
EA is shuttering four free-to-play titles with Battlefield Heroes entering the horrors of peacetime from July 14th - and no, soldier, you don't get your free-to-play fun money refunded.