The acclaimed online sci-fi epic for PC now has more than 1.7 million active users, who have racked up over 239 million in-game hours only a month after launch.
During their adventures, players have spent more than 148 billion credits and slaughtered in excess of 20 billion non-player characters, with reliable and readily available servers helping to ensure a seamless online experience.
BioWare has already launched a new downloadable content pack for the game called Rise of the Rakghouls earlier this month, with even more extra additions promised this spring.
Dr Ray Muzyka, co-founder of BioWare, said: "We're truly honoured and humbled by the incredibly strong support from our players who are enjoying Star Wars: The Old Republic."
Set thousands of years before the events of the movies, The Old Republic allows fans to pick from a range of character classes and experience endless new stories, with fully voiced characters, in-depth narratives and moral choices.