SWTOR Teases Refer-a-Friend Rewards and Color Palettes

Posted Fri, Aug 09, 2013 by Martuk

If you’re observant, you may have noticed some visual changes around Star Wars: The Old Republic (SWTOR) since the recent launch of Game Update 2.3: Titans of industry. If you haven’t noticed don’t worry, BioWare has put together a nice new teaser article to showcase some of the before and after work of various areas in the game to help support the story and mood with a visual changes.

If you’re a SWTOR subscriber with a few friends that you would like to get involved in the Star Wars universe BioWare has a little incentive for you to hogtie and drag convince your friend to give it a go with a brand new Battle Droid pet. Well, you get the droid if they subscribe. There are some other perks too.

    • All active Subscribers can refer new friends or invite back previous Subscribers by using a simple referral link.
    • Referred friends who join receive new exclusive benefits:
      • New Players receive the Jumpstart Bundle for faster leveling.
      • Previous Subscribers receive 7 days of subscription access, one Complimentary Character Transfer for the lifetime of the account, and the Preferred Friends Bundle with special convenience and customization unlocks.
    • Referrers earn Cartel Coins, the Kurtob Alliance Speeder, and adventurous Battle Droid pets when their referred friends become Subscribers within 14 days of joining.

Sources: SWTOR Refer-a-Friend, Color Palette Preview

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