Dec 23, 2011

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Dr. Greg Updates Community On Queues

BioWare Co-founder Dr. Gren Zeschuk just took to the official forums in a post which should ease the concerns of players about what’s being done about the queue times.

Obviously, BioWare is well aware of things and are absolutely on-the-case when it comes to dialing them in for the long term:

Hey folks, as you may likely have seen in the last 24 hours, we’ve been redoubling our efforts in optimally managing the time it takes to get into Star Wars: The Old Republic.

The BioWare Live Team has been carefully watching the influx of players into the game and is addressing with surgical precision the longer wait times on the small number of servers that were having longer wait times previously. We’ve also being doing our best to get every little bit of possible performance on our servers to increase capacity: we’ve “turned them up to 11” to do our very best to get you in and playing as quickly as possible. As a result – you should now be seeing significant improvement versus waiting times at the end of last week. 

We’re also addressing the concerns about losing your place in line if you happen to disconnect for some reason before getting into the game. We’ve been working very hard on this and are performing final testing on potential solutions.

Thanks for your patience and we really appreciate your enthusiasm for Star Wars: The Old Republic. We’re absolutely dedicated to ensuring you have a great experience both inside and outside the game.

greg

You can’t ask any more than that. An update straight from the Chief of Surgery :)



  1. I see no difference with it ‘set to 11′
    Still close to 300 queue on my server at 11am
    what will it be like at 5pm?
    they really need to show some effort here

  2. It’s funny, last night at peak time there was no queue on my server, when there had been for a week solid. Yet right now, at 4 local server time, there’s about 300 folks lined up. Maybe they’re getting slammed anew by pre-Xmas rush? Such are the birth pangs of the MMO.

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