As recent reports revealed, BioWare confirms it's shifting all development of the MMORPG to its long-time development partners at Broadsword Online.
The MMORPG, which originally launched in 2011, will reportedly be taken over by Ultima Online and Dark Age of Camelot developer Broadsword Online.
BioWare has detailed Game Update 7.1 coming to Star Wars: The Old Republic on August 2. The update features new story content, new end-game content, and general balance updates.
The MMORPG's next expansion has been pushed back to early next year, with the development team "focusing additional testing on the many areas [they] have changed throughout the game."
The new expansion will introduce Combat Styles, multiple new locations, gameplay improvements, and more when it launches later this year.
Another Star Wars saga has been ongoing in the background.
BioWare has developed quite a few games in over 20 years- in this feature, we rank all of them.
Mass Effect and Dragon Age developer talks about what it would take to make a new Star Wars title.
Bioware also contemplating ending development on Star Wars: The Old Republic.
Sometimes bans are for a reason. These ones are not, they're just ridiculous.
New trailer "Alliance" also released.
BioWare studio veterans form new studio to work on a new MMORPG.
The Force appears to be strong with this one.
Knights of the Fallen Empire will be free to all subscribers.
And he'll tell us more about this at GDC.
The legend himself finally re-emerges in Star Wars.
Build your own home or command a starship and travel the galaxy.
Still the most successful subscription-based MMO out there.
And wasn't even the highest grossest game.
Two recent job postings indicate a ton of activity over at BioWare.