Star Wars: The Old Republic will celebrate its 10th anniversary with a year-long event

BioWare has updated the December event calendar for Star Wars Old Republic and announce by this update that the game of 10-year anniversary will be a year-long event.

The December events continue next week with the start of both the pirate invasion and the day of life. Pirate Incursion will run from December 14 to December 21 on Dantooine, and you can help the Republic defend its territory or keep the chaos going with the Empire. Through a series of daily quests, you’ll support your faction and claim potential rewards like your Ugnaught companion, Walker mount, Kath Hound mount or small pet and more. Life Day, the popular Star Wars holiday, will also include special quests, rewards, mounts, decorations like a Wampa rug and a holo-tree.

However, the heart of this event update is 10 year anniversary, which also begins on December 14 and runs through January 2023. Because this is such an important milestone for the game, they decided to mark things up in a new way. All pre-anniversary bonuses will be available for the time being, and a Commemorative Personnel supplier will be in the fleet with some new Ship Class stronghold decorations. There will also be a discounted entry to Coruscant Citadel and Dromund Kaas, which you can join for 10 credits each. Because of the delay of Legacy of the Sith expansion, there are already some new items planned for the event, but since that expansion won’t launch until February, those new items will be added once the expansion is over. It makes more sense to extend the whole event.

Some of the items available will be commemorative statues, faction fireworks, posters, etc. Given the stronghold price reduction presumably also lasts for the year, this could be a welcome bonus to growth. .

You can see Full update of December events here above Star Wars: The Old Republic. Star Wars: The Old Republic will celebrate its 10th anniversary with a year-long event


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