Bioware, the developer of Star Wars: The Old Republic MMO, will be handing over its operations and development to Broadsword Online, the studio behind Ultima Online. BioWare’s former VP and the co-founder of Mythic Entertainment, Rob Denton, who has previously worked on the title, will head the studio. EA, the publisher of SWTOR, stated that this transition is the best move for the game and its players, and it will allow BioWare to dedicate more effort to its Dragon Age: Dreadwolf and Mass Effect titles. SWTOR has made over $1 billion in revenue for EA since launching in 2011, has had eight expansions, and has continued to offer various in-game content and events.
Bioware’s moving on from its Star Wars: The Old Republic MMO, Broadsword picking up the lightsaber
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