January 3, 2012

Star Wars The Old Republic Fastest Growing MMO in History

Star Wars TOR has broken well over 1 million sold copies, Last week alone gamers collectively clocked over 5.5 million hours in game. TOR’s paid subscriptions are quickly catching up to their BETA numbers which had reached 2 million.¬†What are people playing in TOR? it would appear that the dark side has its allure with over 850,000 Sith Warriors trailed by 810,000 Jedi Knights.

The game retails for $59.99 and the monthly subscription will cost you $15 a month, The game can be bought from a retailer or bought and downloaded through Origin but Origin is not required to play the game once downloaded.


  1. ScrotusKilmystr - January 8, 2012 2:36 pm

    I just can’t get over the paying 60 bucks then a monthly fee with any MMO I only played WoW for a short time because there was a special a few years back to download it free with 3 months free I played it longer than that but got really, really bored with it and mad at the fact that I couldn’t defeat an “Elite” creature that was leveled much lower than i was because WoW said I needed a party to defeat it…grrrr anti-social just can’t help it….haha

  2. thsoundman - January 8, 2012 12:05 am

    I like it because it is story driven and it actually plays alot like kotor which i really really liked. The story is awesome to boot and to add to all that it has the most content i have ever seen in a star wars game. Yes it has mmo features but i really dont care about those i just want to take part in the story.

  3. RAY16 - January 7, 2012 6:12 pm

    I don’t get why people are so stoked on this game. Looks like every other MMO ever made, just with moar voice acting. Oh boy.

  4. Foxx - January 4, 2012 12:58 am

    I’m still not sure if it is worth it for the price (I got it for free and haven’t finished my first month of play obviously) but it is a huge game and I believe someone has finally out done Blizzard. I’m glad that it was Bioware. Cheers!


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