Star Wars: The Old Republic - Release scheduled for 2011
The forthcoming online role-playing game Star Wars: The Old Republic is apparently planned to be released in spring 2011.
Bioware is currently working on Star Wars: The Old Republic. Up to now several pieces of information about the online role-playing game have been released along with screenshots and videos. The game will offer several character classes and the player can decide to fight for the Republic or the Sith Empire.
Now a posting in the official forum of Star Wars: The Old Republic reveals the release schedule. It confirms what EA's CEO John Ricitiello said during a conference call some time ago: SWTOR is not going to hit the markets until spring 2011:
While we have not announced a specific date, we can confirm that we are targeting a spring 2011 release for Star Wars™: The Old Republic™. We've got a lot of exciting updates and reveals planned throughout 2010, including the first-ever hands-on testing for the game. It's not too late to sign up to be a game tester, so go to www.swtor.com/tester and sign up today. We can't wait to share more about the game with you as we progress through the year, so make sure you stay tuned to the official website for details.
What do you think about the fact that Bioware is taking time for the development of Star Wars: The Old Republic? Is it appropriate or necessary to create a quality product?