Star Wars The Old Republic Credits Price History
Our SWTOR Credits list has been last updated on July 2, 2015. The next update is scheduled for July 4, 2015. As of July 3, 2015 the median price for 50mn SWTOR Credits is $0 . Currently there are 0 Star Wars The Old Republic Credits prices in our database.
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Set thousands of years before the rise of Darth Vader, a war which tears and divides the galaxy are between the Galactic Republic and the Sith Empire. From the Star War saga, comes a massive multiplayer online role playing game created by a co-operation between BioWare and Lucas Arts. It was first announced in 2008, and was finally released in 2011.
One of the most popular MMORPGs to be released and notoriously known to be a killer of other MMOs, Star Wars: The Old Republic (SWTOR) allows you to choose to become a Jedi, Sith or various other unique classes, revealing a different story line and very engaging story-driven MMO. There are a total of 8 classes to choose from.
SWTOR uses a system of Credits instead of gold to power its characters and the main currency for trading and purchasing items and equipments within the game, allowing players to differentiate themselves. SWTOR credits will definitely attract a huge amount of gold farmers to this new market, especially an MMO with such high order rates and demand. Arguably, SWTOR may be the next big thing after World of Warcraft and deemed a WoW killer. Even so, SWTOR will still lure in a lot of new gamers wishing to climb to the top at full speed. Undoubtedly Bioware has some counter measures to prevent this mass purchase of SWTOR credits, but so far, nothing can stop players from buying credits and saving time to start off their adventure in the galaxy and claim their place from the start.
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SWTOR players are prepping for the arrival of the online game’s first digital expansion, Rise of the Hutt Cartel. The content-packed expansion promises tons of new items for which players will gladly pay SWTOR Credits.
Expansion release date
The first Digital Expansion: Rise of the Hutt Cartel, which retails for $20 for free players and $10 for subscribers, is set to go live sometime this Spring. The expansion raises the level cap and introduces a fascinating new planet Makeb that will be the new battleground between the Hutts, the Galactic Republic and the Sith Empire.
New planet: Makeb
Makeb is a resource-rich planet that has so far remained neutral to the intergalactic conflict. But not for long. The planet will experience the ravages of war as allegiances and factions across the galaxy attempt to lay claim to its prized wealth. The new expansion continues where the player storyline ended in the base game and adds new plot twists and turns, new nemeses and even more powerful item rewards.
Increased level cap
The new expansion increases the level cap to 55 from 50, which means 5 whole levels for players to work for again. Many will want to speed through to level 55 in order to jump right into the endgame raids, and will likely purchase SWTOR Credits so they can buy the best leveling gear and breeze through the grind.
SWTOR developers are unleashing a trove of level 50+ gear and upgrades, with distinctive new looks and improved stats. Players will want to upgrade their old gear as quickly as possible, which is where SWTOR Credits come in handy. Those who stock up on the new currency can obtain the newest and most expensive items right when the expansion launches, and not have to worry about spending the first week earning enough SWTOR Credits to get what they want.
While there is no definite confirmation yet, it is almost guaranteed that the new expansion will offer new raid-type Operations to coincide with the increased level cap. Probably 2 to 3 new raids will be added to the line-up. Progression raiders will stock up on SWTOR Credits to fuel their runs.
Double XP weekends
SWTOR Credits sellers worried about whether there will be enough level 50 players to drive demand should know that there is a big push to bring the majority of players to the current level cap.
BioWare is implementing the game’s first-ever double XP weekends starting March 15 and lasting four weeks until April 8. Players who log in during the following weekends will receive double XP:
• March 15, 2013 to March 18, 2013
• March 22, 2013 to March 25, 2013
• March 29, 2013 to April 1, 2013
• April 5, 2013 to April 8, 2013
The double XP weekends aim to fast-track the leveling of fans who have yet to hit level 50 so they can purchase the new digital expansion and explore its exciting content.