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Retailers have leaked details of pre-order plans for EA and BioWare's anticipated MMO, Star Wars: The Old Republic.

Polish outlet Empik briefly posted a sales page for the game, which stated the pre-order date as 21 July. Meanwhile, over in Spain, XtraLife posted details about the Collector's Edition.

Star Wars: The Old Republic

The latter - which is expected to retail for about £150 - is shown to include:

  • Exclusive Gentle Giant Darth Malgus statue
  • Star Wars: The Old Republic game disks in collectible metal case
  • The Journal of Master Gnost-Dural annotated by Satele Shan
  • Old Republic galaxy map
  • Custom Security Authentication Key
  • Exclusive Music of Star Wars: The Old Republic CD
  • High-quality collector's edition box

There is also the inclusion of 7 additional digital items:

  • Flare Gun: Fires flares into the air
  • Training Droid: Hovers at your side for combat assistance
  • HoloDancer: Project your own holographic dancer
  • HoloCam: Keep visual records of in-game adventures
  • STAP: Sleek and unique in-game vehicle
  • Exclusive Mouse Droid: Spunky droid to join your adventures
  • Exclusive Collector's Edition Store: Unique in-game vendor with a dynamic assortment of items

According to Kotaku, EA will officially start taking pre-orders at 8am GMT tomorrow morning. Only the first 50,000 pre-orders will be guaranteed, with any overflow put into a waiting list.

The game itself is yet to receive an official launch date, although is widely-expected sometime in November.

More details on Star Wars: The Old Republic are predicted at Comic-Con this week. ®

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