Do you want to play (SWTOR) Star Wars: The Old Republic? If so, you should make sure you PC meets the SWTOR system requirements. In this post, MiniTool Partition Wizard lists those for you.

About Star Wars: The Old Republic

Star Wars: The Old Republic, abbreviated as SWTOR, is a massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG) based in the Star Wars universe. As the sequel to the Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic series game, SWTOR was developed by BioWare Austin and assisted by BioWare Edmonton.

This game was announced on October 21, 2008. After investing about $200 million (it is one of the most expensive video games in history) and developing almost for 3 years, this game was released by EA for the Microsoft Windows platform on December 20, 2011 in North America and part of Europe.

Star Wars: The Old Republic

This story takes place in the Star Wars universe shortly after the establishment of a tenuous peace between the re-emergent Sith Empire and the Galactic Republic, 300 years after the events of the Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic games, and more than 3,600 years before the events in the Star Wars films.

After the closing of Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords, the two previous heroes Revan and Meetra Surik both went to an unknown area of the galaxy and discovered the planet Dromund Kaas and the secret Sith Empire ruled by Emperor Vitiate.

Raven and Sulik designed to assassinate Vitiate to prevent him from invading the Galaxy Republic, but their co-conspirator Scourge betrayed the two Jedi heroes at the last minute, killing Sulik and imprisoning Raven.

Finally, Emperor Vitiate led the Sith Empire to invade the Republic in one fell swoop, and severely damaged the Republic and the Jedi forces on Coruscant. As a result, Sith Empire forced the Republic to sign the controversial Treaty of Coruscant.

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The story of SWTOR takes place in the "cold war" period after signing the Treaty of Coruscant. After losing Coruscant, the Jedi has moved to Tython, the place where the Jedi Knights were founded. Jedi planed to find a way to resist the Sith in the ancient Jedi Temple on that planet.

At the same time, the Sith Empire has rebuilt the ancient Sith Academy after taking back Korriban. The relationship between the Republic and the Empire has become increasingly tense.

Border frictions and proxy wars broke out frequently and even spread to Alderaan, which has always been peaceful. The brief truce based on the Treaty of Coruscant quickly collapsed, and the war has begun in full.

This game offers 8 classes: the Bounty Hunter, Sith Warrior, Imperial Agent, and Sith Inquisitor for the Sith Empire; and the Trooper, Smuggler, Jedi Knight, and Jedi Consular for the Galactic Republic. Each class has a distinct backstory and a branching storyline affected by players' moral choices. Finally, players join either the Republic or the Sith.

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SWTOR System Requirements

If you want to play the classic SWTOR game, you should make sure your PC meets the SWTOR system requirements, although most PCs will meet those, unless your PC is very old.

The SWTOR system requirements are as follows:

  • OS: Windows 7 or later
  • CPU: AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual-Core 4000+ or better/Intel Core 2 Duo 2.0GHz or better
  • GPU: Intel HD 3000 or better/AMD Radeon HD 7450/Nvidia GeForce 610
  • RAM: 3GB RAM
  • Hard drive: 50GB available storage space
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