Star Wars: The Old Republic free-to-play until level 15 now


Bioware has recently launched their new Allies update into Star Wars: The Old Republic. The new patch also allows new players to continuing playing up the level 15. In addition, it also added a group finder, legacy perks, and adaptive gear. Bioware has talked about making The Old Republic free-to-play, but there is no official statement that it will be at the moment; however allowing players to play their characters up to level 15 is heading a bit in that direction. Starting yesterday, you can log on and play The Old Republic for free regardless of your character’s level. The promotion ends on Tuesday, July 17th in which players will only be able to play of free until level 15 until you decide to pay the monthly fee or wait for another promotion.

SWTOR will update with Allies 1.3 tomorrow


Star Wars: The Old Republic is releasing the Allies 1.3 update ahead of schedule. The game will be taken offline for four hours, possibly more as we all know maintenance with a new patch usually overshoots the time minimum for most companies. The servers will go offline from 2AM CDT (12AM PDT/3AM EDT/8 AM BST/9AM CEST/5PM AEST) until 6AM CDT (4AM PDT/7AM EDT/12PM BST/1PM CEST/9PM AEST). Bioware will be introducing the Group Finder tool, Legacy Perks, and Adaptive Gear along with Ranked Warzones. Check out all the information here and check out the trailer for the new update below.

SWTOR “Allies” 1.3 patch introduces new features such as group finder and adaptive gear


Bioware’s Star Wars: The Old Republic is receiving a new update after letting the game be free-to-play last weekend. The pending update is called “Allies” and focuses a lot on being able to group up easier for quests as well as playing with your friends. Check out the details below. There is also a trailer available for the new patch which I will upload onto this post as soon as I can find a usable embed link; however you may click the game update link below and view it from SWTOR‘s official website.

Game Update 1.3: Allies

Release Date: Coming Soon

Game Update 1.3: Allies, brings a number of exciting new features to Star Wars™: The Old Republic™ including a Group Finder tool and Legacy Perks! This Game Update will also include an update to the Alderaan Warzone, Adaptive Gear, and more.

See what is coming up in The Old Republic™!

See the new features in Game Update 1.3: Allies!

Game System: Group Finder

Game Update 1.3 brings a Group Finder tool that will help you quickly form groups to take on the many Flashpoints and Operations in The Old Republic™. You will be able to select your preferred role within a group, as well as the type of content that you and your friends want to tackle. whether it’s Flashpoints, Warzones, Operations, or Planetary Heroic Missions.

Game System: Legacy Perks

Allies expands on the Legacy System by adding new bonuses which will allow you to travel the galaxy and customize your gaming experience. This includes Advancement Perks that grant you experience bonuses for taking part in Warzones, Flashpoints, or Space Missions. Some Legacy Perks will even grant you extra experience for continuing a character’s story!

Other Legacy Perks that you can unlock include a spawnable item repair droid, the ability to pilot speeders at level 10, and a number of bonuses for your Companion which increase their affection, improve their item crafting abilities, and decrease the time Companions spend selling items to vendors.

Game System: Adaptive Gear

Game Update 1.3 will allow you to coordinate with your allies and dress up as a band of Sand People or a squad of Republic pilots to tackle any of the exciting missions in Star Wars: The Old Republic.

Essentially, any social gear in the game can now be adapted to match your character’s combat gear, fusing it with the corresponding armor bonuses and adding slots for your best armor modifications.

Game System: Augment Unlocks

For players interested in keeping their gear optimized, Allies offers the ability to craft and sell kits that unlock an augmentation modification slot, previously only obtainable when achieving “critical” success while crafting. Players can now add an augmentation slot to any piece of equippable gear, making it easier to dress.

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