SWTOR F2P: One Year Later, Has It Worked?

by on July 31, 2013


It’s almost a year since flagship MMO Star Wars: The Old Republic announced that it was going Free To Play.

So has it worked? Has it managed to save the game whilst keeping it playable?

Two old-school SWTOR bloggers, fans since before the F2P transition, share their thoughts on what’s gone right and what’s gone wrong:

  • Shintar thoroughly reviews her experience with the F2P transition, as someone who hated the idea initially, and finds that it hasn’t actually affected her play much – but that’s because she still pays for a subscription…
    Read “Random Free To Play Thoughts” »
  • And Njessi takes the topic point-by-point, finding that F2P has definitely negatively affected some things, like crafting, but that the core of the game remains the same.
    Read “One Year Later: Free To Play” »

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Shintar July 31, 2013 at 9:49 pm

Thanks for the link, Hugh. :)

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