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Sony Gives Star Wars Galaxies The Free Treatment, For A Month

Submitted by on July 3, 2008 – 4:07 pm3 Comments

Last month, we had a story about Sony giving players that had left Everquest II, the opportunity to return for about a month for free.  Seems that this process may come about for all the MMORPG games that Sony Online Entertainment is handling as I just got an email today telling me my account for Star Wars Galaxies has been reactivated from June 28th to July 31th. 

Seems that there are a lot of changes that have happened in the universe since I left and that I need to experience, according to Sony.  Not sure what those changes could be as the last time I went back to Star Wars Galaxies, it was like a ghost town, with myself finding hardly anyone to quest with.  That said, it is always hard to turn down free, and my Twi’lek bounty hunter could use some action.

Changes To Your Star Wars Galaxies Account
This message is to inform you that your Star Wars GalaxiesTM account has been reactivated for a limited time*. Between June 26, 2008 at 12:01AM and July 31, 2008 at 11:59PM your account will be re-activated and you will be able to log-in and experience all that Star Wars Galaxies has to offer. This account reactivation is in honor of the 5-Year Anniversary of Star Wars Galaxies.

Your account has been reactivated; simply launch the game software and log in to join the 5-Year Anniversary festivities and experience the changes that have been made to Star Wars Galaxies.
For all the latest news, updates, and information please visit www.starwarsgalaxies.com.
May the ForceTM be with you!

- The Star Wars Galaxies Team!

*This offer, and the period of free game-play described in this offer, expire on July 31, 2008 at 11:59PM PST. This offer is not available for current Star Wars Galaxies or Station Access accounts or for accounts that were banned or were not in good standing when its Star Wars Galaxies or Station Access subscription previously expired.

Entering billing information before July 31, 2008 at 11:59PM will terminate the free service and you will lose the balance of any unused free play period game time. In addition, if you re-subscribe to Star Wars Galaxies, you will not be entitled to any game time that may be included with the purchase of certain versions of, or other offers related to, Star Wars Galaxies. Sony Online Entertainment and LucasArts do not ensure continuous or error-free access, use or availability of any game content, feature, game-play or server and may change, modify, disable, suspend or remove any such content, feature, game-play or server at their sole discretion.

To add billing information to your account, simply visit www.station.sony.com and log in to your account and select “Subscriptions Info” and click “Add Another Plan”. Select “YES!” to subscribe to the Station Access multi-game subscription offer (game software sold separately) or “No” to only subscribe to Star Wars Galaxies. Choose a Subscription Plan or Pre-Paid Game Card and click “Continue”. Enter the required billing information or Game Card Code (if available) and click “Continue”. Additional recurring costs apply as part of the Star Wars Galaxies account subscription.

This is a customer service notification.

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  • GotGame.com

    Not a surprising move for Sony to pull just because all of their MMOs pale in comparison to WoW and AoC.

  • Rageman

    “Not a surprising move for Sony to pull just because all of their MMOs pale in comparison to WoW and AoC.”

    Don’t they have like a total of 150k players in all their MMOs combined now? They should try to buy a popular free MMO and keep it free, but put it under their name or something.

  • actiondude

    who cares? everquest is as dead as JFK. and star wars? gimme a break. that movie came out 35 years ago. why not make a game out of “gone with the wind.”