BioWare Isn't Ending Star Wars: The Old Republic Soon

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With Star Wars: The Old Republic celebrating its 10th year anniversary this December, BioWare revealed they don't have any plans to shut down the game just yet, despite releasing over a decade ago.

Speaking with PC Gamer, creative director Charles Boyd mentioned that the team behind the 2011 MMORPG has "no plans to stop anytime soon," reminding players "where they've come from."


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BioWare Says They Have No Plans To Shut Down Star Wars: The Old Republic

Looking back on what the game has become over the past 10 years, Boyd also stated:

"Star Wars is one of the most broad IPs. It can be a grand space opera, good versus evil thing, but it can also be a lone bounty hunter wandering around just doing jobs. It can be a spy, it can be a smuggler—it supports all different types of stories, all different types of storytelling. It's such a pastiche of different genres and different types of characters and stories that I think you have a lot of opportunities, despite it all needing to be Star Wars."

With Boyd confirming they're still moving ahead, new content like the Legacy of the Sith expansion is rumoured for release by the year's end. Make sure to follow us for more gaming news and updates as it happens.