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Has anyone tried it recently? I played it when it first came out, but remember trying to find a group was pretty hard and frustrating. I believe they have added a LFG tool, new dungeons and raids.
What are people's experiences with it recently? I have had the urge the resub for a month to check it out.
90 Human Paladin
My SWTOR experiences compiled:
.Enjoy copy and paste social hubs.
.Boring vannila WoW mechanics.
.Choices actually doesn't matter.
.Laggy as hell.
.Inferior version of almost every MMO that has been released since 2006.
What I enjoyed:
Edited by Idunhavaname on 10/7/2012 12:56 PM PDT
18 Gnome Warlock
Maybe a month ago, I re-subscribed to SWTOR to give it another chance.
There were only two other players online on Imperial side on my particular server...
I found that they were offering free server transfers from low-populated servers to... just one server. Yeah, all the low-pop servers were transferring to one other server.
So I transfer my main and find this new server is nicely populated; what you would expect from an MMO. But in order to accomplish this, they had to pretty much compile all of their players into one server. After maybe a half hour of questing, I remembered why I quit in the first place: the fact that the zones are all just corridors and there is no incentive/ability to explore the world.
In my opinion, just stick with WoW or GW2.
Swtor is doing pretty good. I hated it when it first came out but I go back to it off and on its made alot of improvements since it came out in such a short amount of time. Its defo worth getting back into if you have the time to spare.
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