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Star Wars: The Old Republic Hutt Expansion Now Live

The first digital expansion for Star Wars: The Old Republic is now live. The new chapter takes players to the planet of Makeb to fight against the nefarious Hutt cartel. EA has released a new trailer showcasing the drama that unfolds when you butt heads with slimy slug mobsters.

For more details on the PC MMO's expansion be sure to check out our in-depth story highlighting the major additions. If you want to stop the Hutt cartel, the new content costs $9.99.

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  • Nice. I might try giving this game another shot. The first time I got bored after an hour or so.

  • Tim, did you just call me a butt head? Some of us graduated from kindergarten. I flunked out of first grade, but that's besides the point.

    I have no idea why the Hutts are able to hold their criminal empire. They're giant slugs; couldn't be hard to take their stuff in a mutiny. What would they do, "slime" over their rebellious underlings?
  • People still play this game? Interesting.
  • blah next subject.

  • I really wanna play this game. I just don't know if my laptop can handle it. I know jack s**t about laptop specs lol
  • I started playing Risoe of the Hutt Cartel yesterday, and man is there a lot to do!!! It will take you a good week to get everything done, not to mention even longer if you want the PVP and PVE armor sets. Not to mention there is a whole new faction for reputation points to gain. All in all it is worth your money, go and get it now.

  • Time to plug some slugs.

  • Coincidentally I started SWTOR the other day when they were setting up for this expansion.  If I am intrigued enough I may try it.

  • Makeb had at least 30 instances on launch day, and I heard 60 during early access. It's a success considering each instance hold at least 30 players.
  • Neat.

  • good for those die hard bioware fans.

  • I hated this game (nothing personal to those who didn't). Had some game ruining glitches and had to deal with some horrible customer service (while i was a subscriber!). At one point I was banned for two friggin weeks because i was supposedly selling characters and items online. They finally cleared me saying it was a mistake but it was the final straw for me. I had high hopes but this game was a total let down.

  • Awwww, not free? If I ever do play this I doubt I'll buy anything and just play the free version.