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Star Wars: The Old Republic Undergoes Exciting Changes and Looks to the Future

Star Wars: The Old Republic (SWTOR), the massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG) set in the Star Wars universe, is set for significant changes under the leadership of new studio Broadsword, according to a recent studio update from Keith Kanneg, Executive Producer of SWTOR​.

Kanneg, who has been a part of the SWTOR team since before its launch, has expressed his enthusiasm for the game and his commitment to enhancing its potential even after nearly 12 years since its inception. He believes that Broadsword is the right studio to continue to modernize and expand the game, ensuring its growth and increasing its reach to more players​​.

The transition will also see Kanneg and other key team leaders moving over to Broadsword, along with most of the current SWTOR team. This team has been known for its dedication and excellence, recently delivering significant updates and technological improvements to the game. These include the 7.2 Showdown on Ruhnuk update, a new fast launcher, a 64-bit client, and Cloud Game Servers, all aimed at improving the gaming experience for SWTOR players​.

Kanneg expressed his gratitude towards EA and BioWare for their support over the years and is excited about the collaboration with Lucasfilm Games. He also mentioned his anticipation of working with them in the future to continue developing SWTOR​​.

The future of SWTOR seems promising, with a number of updates and enhancements in the pipeline. One such update is Game Update 7.3: Old Wounds, which takes players back to the planet Voss, a location not visited since the Knights of the Eternal Throne (KOTET) expansion back in 2016. Additionally, the forthcoming Game Update 7.3.1 will introduce the next Galactic Season, and Game Update 7.4 is expected to continue the story following the events of Old Wounds. Kanneg promises even more exciting developments on the horizon, with all current plans still in motion and more details to be communicated through the official SWTOR forums and website​​.

While acknowledging that changes can be challenging, Kanneg emphasizes the team’s excitement about the future of SWTOR. The team is committed to making their vision a reality alongside the game’s players and fans, continuing the game’s legacy while exploring new opportunities for growth and development​1​.

In the words of Keith Kanneg, “May the Force be with you.” The future of Star Wars: The Old Republic certainly seems bright, with new adventures, updates, and expansions to look forward to in the hands of Broadsword.

Via swtor.com

Novara Skuara

When I was 7, I saw Star Wars: A New Hope in theaters a week after it opened. My parents were nice enough to take me and I have been a fan of Star Wars and almost all science fiction in general. I am an amateur writer who has been published for contributing flavor text to a RP game. I also have a copyright on a novel I hope to be able to publish sometime soon.