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SWTOR Will Never END!???

Discussion in 'Holonet Chat' started by ForTheCity, Dec 20, 2011.

  1. ForTheCity

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    Gamasutra - News - BioWare's Zeschuk: Star Wars: The Old Republic 'Will Never End'

    As part of a new Gamasutra feature, the co-founder of Star Wars: The Old Republic developer BioWare promises that continuous development will continue on the title as its creative director assures it’s his only priority.

    “Unlike a lot of other game companies that, once they launch a game, downsize their teams radically, our plan is to keep the team together and continue to focus on building content,” says James Ohlen, creative director on Star Wars: The Old Republic, which launches this week.

    “There’s no secret project currently being done in the Austin studio,” reveals Ohlen. “We’re very much focused on Star Wars, Star Wars, Star Wars for the foreseeable future.”

    BioWare co-founder Greg Zeschuk agrees with Ohlen. “It’s hard to say right now what we may or may not do as far as future projects. We’re really busy working on future SWTOR content as well as continuing to improve the service. This will never end.”
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    For all the people that love this game, this will be a good thing. For all those haters….not so good. If you pay by month this game is $180 a year. If this game last for another 20 years thats going to be $3600….damn. But 20 years isn’t FOREVER! Would you guys rather seem them work on new content for the next 20 years, work on new content for 10 years and then work on a new game, or just start developing a new game after 5 years?

    Personally I would want to see them develop a new game after 10 years. If a game is great 5 years is too early for people to stop playing.