Make Sure Your Copy Of The Old Republic Contains A Registration Code

In anticipation for tomorrow's official launch of BioWare's Star Wars: The Old Republic online retailers began shipping copies of the game to customers early so they'd have their registration codes ready. Unfortunately that trick only works if the box has a registration code in it. Many did not.

Judging by the number of complaints in the Star Wars: The Old Republic forums, quite a few purchasers of the collector's edition of BioWare's first MMO have found the registration cards included in the box's DVD case completely bereft of visible numbers; some copies seem to have come without the game disc at all.

Without that registration number, once the two-day grace period expires players will be unable to play the game until their situation has been resolved.

Fortunately BioWare is aware of the issue and have posted instructions in the forums detailing how to address the issue with support.

Thank you very much for your patience.

In order to best assist you, we ask that you please send a request in game ticket or an e-mail to [email protected] with the subject missing product key.

Please make sure you include as many details as possible and a list of the item missing, product code or anything else.

Make sure, you include missing product key in the subject please and in the message itself.

Please use the exact same subject as displayed; this is a very important point.

If you have already sent an in game ticket, please try to update the subject and the message, or if you cannot, please create another one.

Thank you for your patience.

In case you missed it, they thank you for your patience.

Aside from long queue times and some buggy performance issues, the early start launch of Star Wars: The Old Republic has gone relatively smoothly from a technical standpoint. Looks like BioWare saved the best bugs for production.

CD-Key Missing [Star Wars: The Old Republic Forums - Thanks, Katsumi!]


Comments

    My CE arrived yesterday with my wife's SE. No problems with either, and a nice surprise from Amazon as it got here so quickly. I would be playing right now, except work gets in the way. /sigh

    None of this would have happened if KOTOR was single play like I wanted.

      KOTOR was single player, as was KOTOR2

      Also single player games have had missing CD keys before

      As much as that doesn't make sense, because CD Keys are always trouble...

      I still agree with you on the single-player bit. Sigh.

        "some copies seem to have come without the game disc at all"

        I guess you missed that part? Unless you think single player games have no need for CD-Keys nor CDs? What are you buying, the box?

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