Star Wars: The Old Republic's Jeff Hickman has posted the latest State of the Game letter on the official site. In it, Hickman takes a look back at the free-to-play launch and what it's meant to the game thus far. In addition, he drops a few hints at coming things.
We know that there are still a lot of things we need to do to make playing Star Wars: The Old Republic the best experience it can be. We hear you on features such as hood toggle (as one example of many), Asia Pacific server populations (we are actively looking into solutions that make the most sense given our current tech and should have an announcement soon), continued improvement to the Cartel Market pricing and content, and the need to keep working on performance improvements and bugs. In fact, our major focus after Rise of the Hutt Cartel launches is going to be on "quality of life" improvements. We will keep at it, I promise. We’ll keep listening to your feedback and continue to dedicate ourselves to making the game the best it can be. Nothing is more important to us than getting it right.
Read it all on the Star Wars: The Old Republic site.