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Star Wars: The Old Republic Character Classes Shown Off in Trailer

Despite E3 having only happened last month, it’s appearing more and more that gaming companies are now saving a little bit of goodness for the San Diego Comic-Con.  BioWare was one of the companies to save back a couple of goodies, all of them specifically related to their upcoming Star Wars: The Old Republic game.

First up you have the trailer above that shows off the eight different classes of characters, four each to the light and dark side of the Force.  They include:

Jedi

  • The Trooper
  • The Smuggler
  • The Jedi Knight
  • The Jedi Consular

Sith

  • The Bounty Hunter
  • The Sith Warrior
  • The Imperial Agent
  • The Sith Inquisitor

BioWare and EA also took advantage of the Con to announce special editions of the game that has still yet to receive a release date.  You’ll of course be able to pick up a standard version of the highly anticipated role-playing game, but if you’ve got the extra money, and a hankering for a whole lot of goodies, the two companies have you covered there as well.

Star Wars: The Old Republic Collector’s Edition

  • Nine-inch Darth Malgus statue by Gentle Giant
  • 14 x 20 inch galaxy map
  • security authentication key fob
  • Star Wars: The Old Republic soundtrack
  • Master Gnost-Dural’s journal with sketches and backstory
  • Game disks in a collectible metal case
  • Collector’s edition box
  • Flare Gun (in-game item)
  • Training Droid (in-game item)
  • Holo Dancer (in-game item)
  • Holo Cam (in-game item)
  • STAP (Single Trooper Aerial Platform) – (in-game item)
  • Exclusive in-game store
  • Price: $149.99

Star Wars: The Old Republic collector's edition

Star Wars: The Old Republic Digital Edition

All items are in-game bonuses

  • Flare Gun
  • Training Droid
  • Holo Dancer
  • Holo Cam
  • STAP (Single Trooper Aerial Platform)
  • Price: $79.99

A beta of the game is expected to roll out in Sept., but no word as of yet how long that will last.  You can now pre-order all editions of the game, just don’t try budgeting it for a specific month’s purchases quite yet.

Do you have any interest in Star Wars: The Old Republic?

 


Sean P. Aune

Sean P. Aune has been a professional technology blogger since July 2007, but his love of tech dates back to at least 1976 when his parents bought...

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