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BioWare's spacebound MMORPG dropping entry fee for new gamers March 15-19, will let players try out eight character classes, level to 15.
Gamers wishing to try out BioWare's massively multiplayer online role-playing game Star Wars: The Old Republicwithout paying are in luck. From March 15-19, the game will be free to play, the company has announced.
Beginning tomorrow at 12:01 a.m. Central, gamers can secure a "Weekend Pass" for The Old Republic and try out the opening adventures of each of the game's eight character classes. Gamers can travel to each class' origin world as well as their sides' capital worlds.
Additionally, those holding a Weekend Pass can try out the game's player-versus-player Warzones, and work together through two Flashpoints: The Esseles and The Black Talon.
The free-to-play version of The Old Republic is not without its restrictions. As stated on the game's website, the Weekend Pass is available only to those who have never had an active game account. Additionally, players can only level their character to 15, and must stay within the above-mentioned zones.
On top of that, players will not be able to use general chat, trade chat, or PvP chat. Further, free players will not be able to exchange mail with other trial characters.
Lastly, free Old Republic players will not be able to use the Galactic Trade Network, earn Legacy XP, or level Crew Skills ranking above 40.Source: GameSpot Quote this article on your site
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