Differences between Subscription and F2P Features in SWTOR
All of us MMO players know that the famous video game Star Wars: The Old Republic will be free to play in the near future. However, there is one question that always worried by me - how much can we get in the F2P mode of the game? In fact, there are differences of course.
Actually, it is said that swtor credits cheap did not exactly excite the MMO world, and with that in mind, the game will have a free to play option going live in the not too distant future, just like I said above.
For the question I mentioned above, they have now listed the differences between the free to play model and the subscription based accounts on the official SWTOR website. Features that will have limited access for the F2P crowd include character creation choices, Operations, WarZones, Flashpoints, Space Missions, inventory, quick travel and more.
Generally, the restrictions are in threes: three Flashpoints per week, three Warzones per week, and three Space Missions per week. Players can buy weekly passes for these features to get unlimited access. There will also be restrictions on inventory expansions and cargo hold storage for free players, and field revivals on death will be limited.
There's a heck of a lot locked out for free to player gamers, basically anything outside of the standard missions is a no-go. Whether there is just too much still closed off remains to be seen but I guess the whole idea here is to get you hooked on the main quests so you want more and part with the cash.
Anyway, like I said before, there must be differences between subscription and F2P features in SWTOR. But the good thing is that we won't run out of things to do in the game.