Star Wars: The Old Republic is available on PC
Star Wars: The Old Republic can not be played without constant online access. This could be due to security reasons or because of the nature of the gameplay
Star Wars: The Old Republic is designed to be played with other people or it is heavily bias towards that type of gameplay
Star Wars: The Old Republic can not be played without first activating the game online. Once activated the game may be playable offline. If our Online Only button is also highlighted then you will need constant online access
Star Wars: The Old Republic is intiailly released as a download. It is usually an expansion pack so check to see if you need a main game before getting this. Star Wars: The Old Republic may be released in the shops at a later stage
Pay to Play
Star Wars: The Old Republic requires the gamer to pay a regular subscription charge
Once again You, our beloved members, have come through and delivered system requirement gold to the site! The particular gaming guru I refer to this time is the sensational CaptainAwesome, who has spotted a preorder box for Star Wars The Old Republic.
Of course, on the back of the still wrapped pre-order box is the Star Wars Old Republic system requirements. So lets take a look...
Star Wars The Old Republic System Requirements
OS: Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7
CPU: Intel Core2 Duo Processor 2.0 Ghz / AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core 4000
RAM: At least 1.5 GB or better for XP / 2 GB or better for Windows Vista /7 (Note - PC's using built in graphic chipsets 2 GB RAM is recommended.)
Disk Drive: 8x DVD-ROM
GFX: ATI XT800 or better / NVIDIA 7800 or better / Intel 4100 or better.
GFX RAM: 256 MB minimum video RAM, shader 3.0 or better fully compatible graphics card.
These requirements may still be subject to change, but we think it unlikely. If anyone else finds more information on the Old Republic System Requirements then please post it up. We will be also looking for you all to report back once you get your hands on the full game and let us all know what you think and how it runs.
Thanks again Cap'n Awesome for the swift requirements info. You truly are a GD hero!
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