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PublisherLucasarts StudioBioware GenreRole-playingRelease Date12/20/11

This future contract pays DKP equal to the Metascore Star Wars: The Old Republic (PC) receives according to Metacritic. This contract expires two weeks after the game's release.


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Star Wars: The Old Republic Announced

IGN - October 21, 2008


Submitted by apujanata (5) at 5:27PM PST on October 21, 2008


LucasArts and BioWare have finally officially announced their joint massively-multiplayer online game at an event in San Francisco today. Titled Star Wars: The Old Republic, the new game is the first MMO for BioWare and the second Star Wars MMO for LucasArts.
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EA to Play in Knights of the Old Republic

portfolio.com - July 17, 2008


Submitted by zukaus (1) at 5:54AM PST on July 19, 2008


In an interview at E3 this week, Electronic Arts chief executive John Riccitiello said that EA is working on the next version of Star Wars game Knights of the Old Republic, and it will most certainly have a massively multiplayer online component to it.
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Star Wars the Old Republic Preview From E3

Kotaku - June 4, 2009


Submitted by HouseOfRobo (254) at 8:52AM PST on June 4, 2009


Star Wars has a spotty history with massively multiplayer online fans. Who better to salvage the zero for one record than role-playing game developers Bioware? ... What Needs Improvement? Not a thing. Seriously.
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Hands On with SW:TOR at E3

Joystiq - June 4, 2009


Submitted by HouseOfRobo (254) at 3:15PM PST on June 4, 2009


Attempting to build a bridge with which to cross [the divide between MMORPG and good storytelling] would be an extremely ambitious undertaking. Fortunately, Bioware is a studio well versed in ambition -- and, if our brief time with the game is any indication, Star Wars: The Old Republic is going to irrevocably change the way MMOs tell stories.
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