Star Wars: The Old Republic free to play Nov. 15

Star Wars: The Old Republic gets a free-to-play date, while World of Warcraft nabs more than 10 million paying players.

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Star Wars: The Old Republic has been given a free-to-play date, meaning that from next week on, gamers will be able to get their Jedi jollies without forking over a single penny.

The game's free mode goes live on November 15, Videogamer reports, and lets you play through the game up to level 50.

You won't get every aspect of the game for free though -- click here for a full list of which midi-chlorian-soaked features you can get for nothing, and which ones will cost you real-life galactic credits.

Read more of " Star Wars MMO free on 15 November as WoW enjoys boost " at Crave UK.

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