E3 2011: BioWare Shows Off High Level Content for Star Wars: The Old Republic

Posted Wed, Jun 08, 2011 by Martuk

BioWare reveals a look at the Belsavis endgame raid for Star Wars: The Old Republic at E3 2011. has posted new videos from E3 for everyone’s favorite galaxy far, far away. A new video of the planet Belsavis has been posted, which is a higher level content area that players can choose to take on. BioWare Lead PvP Designer Gabe Amatangelo takes us through all the juicy content for BioWare’s take on the Star Wars universe.

Belsavis is a planet with three climates: snow, jungle and lava, adding for some nice environmental flavor. Coincidently it’s also home to a prison loaded with some dangerous bad guys that are set free by the conflict between the Sith Empire and the Republic. BioWare Lead Writer Daniel Erickson also chimed in on the game's raid content in another video, adding more details to the structure of raids.

The videos offer a glance at the higher level content that players have been asking about and how immersive the atmosphere of the game can be. Check out the full video at If you just want to see the video raid trailer alone, check it out here.

Our Ten Ton Hammer ground team is hard at work getting you the latest news from E3 2011. So be sure to check out our E3 2011 Hands-On Impressions of Star Wars: The Old Republic and keep up with the latest event news on our E3 2011 live news feed.

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