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Submitted by Pozzle 657d ago | opinion piece

Why SWTOR's F2P Model Needs Help

MMOsite writes:

Star Wars: The Old Republic went free-to-play last November, and with it came changes to accounts and access restrictions. As someone who has played a lot of F2P games, this is by far the most restricted one I've seen yet, in that it's more like an extended trial than anything. (PC, Star Wars:The Old Republic)

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