SWTOR Class stories to continue “sooner rather than later”

Friday, 16th March 2012 04:59 GMT By Brenna Hillier

BioWare intends to expand further on existing Class storylines in Star Wars: The Old Republic – so make your choices with care.

Speaking to, lead PVP, Flashpoint and Operations designer Gabe Amatangelo admitted that The Old Republic’s current Class story arcs are “sort of unresolved”.

“That’s a big thing and it’s something that will certainly, certainly be used in future story direction,” he said.

“The decisions you make really matter, even the small ones.”

The developer mentioned examples in the Sith and Smuggler storylines where the player makes a significant choice, including the possibility of walking a neutral path between two factions. These decisions “will certainly carry over into future stories”.

“Some of the Class dialog that you’re going to see will be based on your personal choices,” Amatangelo said.

“The Class story arcs will be continued with future updates, future content packs and we’ll certainly be supporting both threads. Expect more, and expect it sooner than later.”



  1. Talkar

    I was worried the class stories would only advance when expansions were to be released, so this is just great news!

    #1 3 years ago
  2. GrimRita

    Oh god – Gabe again. The idiot who messed up pvp. Before gloating about other crap they want to add, it would be nice if they actually FINISHED the Bounty Hunter story. Its broken.

    You complete it but the actual game says you havent…..Either way it was a dull story line and about as predictable as a ‘buy-out’ on Eastenders.

    #2 3 years ago
  3. viralshag

    When’s 1.2 out? I’m thinking I might jump back in for a bit when it hits, some of the improvements look decent.

    #3 3 years ago
  4. endgame

    @1 Well of course they will only advance then. Because they haven’t forked enough money from you yet.

    #4 3 years ago
  5. Talkar

    Early/mid april is what they’re aiming for, they said during the Guild Summit.

    Did you even read the article?

    #5 3 years ago

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