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Submitted by CranberryPub 1126d ago | news

Star Wars: TOR is "Fastest Growing Subscription MMO in History", Says EA

GamerZines writes:

During a recent quarterly financial report, EA has revealed exactly how successful Star Wars: The Old Republic has been up to this point, with CEO John Riccitiello claiming that BioWare's gargantuan MMO is "the fastest growing subscription MMO in history." (PC, Star Wars:The Old Republic)

Spinal  +   1126d ago
But not the highest subscription based MMO in history which is what really matters. WoW grew to great numbers by word of mouth about how good and fun it was. Swtor however once u reach end game u realize how shallow it becomes and word of mouth will be droppin the subs of swtor soon enough.

Im playin 50 marauder an 43 assassin and im already feelin burnt out cant wait for Diablo 3 and Guild Wars 2. They look thousand times better gameplay wise.

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