Star Wars: The Old Republic Has Lost 400,000 Subscribers Since February


Posted May 7, 2012 - By Leah Jackson

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EA has announced that Star Wars: The Old Republic has lost 400,000 subscribers since February 2012, bringing the total active user count to 1.3 million.  Having even 1.3 million subscribers is nothing to scoff at, but it seems as though BioWare wasn't delivering content that people wanted to play fast enough.

However, it seems as if the Star Wars: The Old Republic devs have noticed the issue and are now working harder than ever to come up with brand new content for players. EA revealed that two new content packs, one called Legacy and the other, Allies, will be available for players sometime in the beginning part of the year.

Presumably the Legacy pack was update 1.2, which added features to the game's Legacy system, as well as new missions, like Warzone: Novare Coast, Operation: Explosive Conflict and Flashpoint: The Lost Island. We're not sure what the Allies content pack will include, but I'm thinking it will have something to do with your Companions.

Let us know if you're someone who started playing SWTOR at the beginning but have since stopped your subscription. If this is you, why did you quit, and will you go back if they add enough new content?

Star Wars: The Old Republic Has Lost 400,000 Subscribers Since February


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