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Clone Wars Adventures hits 8m users one year after release

Continued growth for free-to-play title

Sony Online Entertainment's free-to-play Star Wars: Clone Wars Adventures has hit more than 8 million registered users one year after release.

"LucasArts continues to be an excellent partner, giving our team unprecedented access so that we can continue to create a virtual world that expands beyond the storylines of the TV show in fun and creative ways," said John Smedley, president of Sony Online Entertainment.

Mary Bihr, vice president of global publishing at LucasArts added: "Our partnership with Sony Online Entertainment has helped expand The Clone Wars franchise across multiple mediums, making the fan base stronger than ever."

"Star Wars: Clone Wars Adventures has reached this benchmark because of its authenticity to The Clone Wars storyline, immersive gameplay mechanics and easy online accessibility that caters to both young and old."

Other titles from Sony Online Entertainment include Free Realms and DC Universe Online.

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