Thirty days of free game time now available to players who have reached legacy level six

BioWare expands SWTOR free time offer

BioWare has expanded its offer of thirty free days of Star Wars: The Old Republic to include players who have reached legacy level six.

The offer was originally available only to players who had reached level fifty in the MMO.

The legacy system allows players to link multiple characters through a family tree, giving them new abilities that can be shared between characters.

BioWare co-founder Greg Zeschuk listed a few examples of accounts eligable for free game time on the forums:

  • A pair of characters Level 45 and 42
  • A trio of characters of Levels 45, 32 and 32
  • A bunch of characters Levels 35, 33, 31, 29 and 20
  • A single 50th level character that has enjoyed the endgame for a brief time

The offer has been extended until April 22nd, 9 a.m. Pacific.

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