One from the most hotly anticipated PC games on GameSpot for the moment is Lucasarts and BioWare's upcoming massively multiplayer online role-playing game, Star Wars: The Old Republic. Mixing George Lucas' epic sci-fi universe with BioWare's successful role-playing experience seems just like a pretty safe bet following your success on the Star Wars: Knights in the Old Republic series. That game mixed successful MMO pillars, like combat, progression, and exploration with SWTOR Credits something BioWare excels at: compelling, narrative-rich storylines. Announced late not too long ago, details about the experience have slowly emerged after that, and up to now, we've seen numerous Empire and Republic classes, for example the bounty hunter, smuggler, trooper and Sith. We finally got a concise play of SWTOR as being a Sith warrior at GamesCom 2009 in Cologne, Germany.
Before we have got hands-on, we had arrived treated to an alternative demo and briefly introduced for the Sith homeworld of Korriban. We saw the large pyramid-shaped Sith Academy inside distance plus a quest that involved clearing a tomb of grave Star Wars the Old Republic Credits robbers therefore we could collect some valuable Sith artifacts for the quest giver. Our BioWare guide, playing being a level four character, made quick work in the raiders, and also some giant K'Lor slugs as well as their smaller broodlings after which we moved on into a familiar setting: the hands-on section in the same demo that individuals saw previously at E3 2009.