Star Wars The Old Republic 7.0 delayed until February 2022

Some time ago, BioWare announced that the release date of Star Wars The Old Republic’s 10th anniversary expansion Legacy of the Sith has been postponed to February 15, 2022.

Some time ago, BioWare announced that the release date of Star Wars The Old Republic’s 10th anniversary expansion Legacy of the Sith has been postponed to February 15, 2022. BioWare announced the news that many players have been looking forward to but dare not think about, because many players have already prepared enough SWTOR Credits but the 7.0 expansion pack will not be released as scheduled.

Project director Keith Kanneg said that the decision they made was very difficult. Like many people, he personally can’t wait for the release of their next expansion pack. He really likes to explore the depth of Manaan, use Combat Styles to test new combinations of stories and abilities, and have more experiences during internal game testing.

Legacy of the Sith is something that the team has worked hard on for a long time, but as they get closer and closer to the release, they need more time. They focused additional testing on many areas they changed throughout the game to provide the experience players want and the experience players deserve. Of course, this also provides players with enough time to buy SWTOR Gold.

And during their public test server (PTS) period, players can give positive feedback, which will help them shape this extension in depth. Except for the story content (to avoid spoilers), most expansion packs and their functions return PTS to all subscribers. It thrilled them to celebrate the tenth anniversary of Star Wars: The Old Republic, Legacy of the Sith, etc. with everyone next year. Players who are interested in this can prepare to buy more SWTOR Money in order to be prepared fully!