SWG: Free Expansion for Long-Timers & Refund Offer

Posted Mon, Nov 14, 2005 by Ethec

A contented Jedi, or your money back.
SOE, or "The Home for Troubled MMOs", just announced that the Star Wars Galaxies: Jump to Lightspeed expansion will be made free for longtime players who hadn't purchased the expansion. Also, a full refund will be given to players dissatisfied with the Trials of Obi-Wan expansion. And in other news, SOE devs through their hands in the air and burst into tears.

" Beginning today, as an added bonus for our veteran players who do not yet have the Jump to Lightspeed™ expansion (and thus, space content) we will be giving you this expansion at no additional charge.  This bonus content will automatically download to you upon your next log in to the game beginning today.  After all, space is more fun with other people to enjoy it with!  May the Force be with you!"
--and--
"However, if your Star Wars Galaxies account was in good standing as of November 3, 2005, you purchased the latest expansion pack, Star Wars Galaxies: Trials of Obi- Wan™ before November 3, 2005, and you find that these new enhancements are not to your liking, you may request a refund of the purchase price of the Trials of Obi-Wan expansion pack."

I really hope the revamp is successful, this is becoming painful to watch. New SWG announcements at the Official Site.
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