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Submitted by robinburks 721d ago | news

Star Wars: The Old Republic Loosening up Restrictions for F2P

Due to mostly negative feedback, Bioware announced today that it will be loosening up the restrictions for its recently announced Free To Play version of the Star Wars: The Old Republic.

A post on Star Wars: The Old Republic‘s forums by game designer Damion Schubert explained these changes would be made after “community and internal feedback.” Because of this feedback, free-to-play players will now get a second quickslot bar, as well as the ability to run five Warzones each week. Under the initial restrictions, the second bar was non-existent for free-to-play and only three Warzone battles could be played each week. (PC, Star Wars:The Old Republic)

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