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The Old Republic pre-order now available

EA confirms Star Wars: The Old Republic pre-order contents.

Users can finally pre-order BioWare's MMO Star Wars: The Old Republic, according to the official EA website which has also confirmed the pre-order contents available with the game.
According to the website, supplies are limited "and the order in which you pre-order and redeem your code at The Old Republic's Code Redemption Centre is the order in which players are let in during Early Game Access".
As listed, the Standard Edition of the game includes 30 days of game time, while the Digital Deluxe Edition will include a flare gun, training droid, holodancer, holocam, and STAP vehicle.
Additionally the physical Collector's Edition includes a 111-page journal of Master Gnost-Dural, a Darth Malgus statue, The Old Republic galaxy map, security authentication key fob, an Star Wars: The Old Republic soundtrack, an exclusive mouse droid, and virtual access to an in-game store.
This news comes after a week of accidental pre-order leaks via online retailers.
Pre-order information was initially leaked by Polish retailer, followed by a brief display of a pre-order information page by GameStop, as reported by Massively, which was quickly taken down.
BioWare has promised more news to follow at tomorrow's Comic-Con event.



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