Windows partitions got you down? BioWare is well aware that there's a Mac fan base waiting to get their multiplayer on in Star Wars: The Old Republic, which has "shattered MMO sales records" since the game's launch on December 20th.
Massively's Ben Gilbert writes that BioWare label leads Ray Muzyka and Greg Zeschuk have mentioned the possibility of a SW:TOR Mac version in a recent interview. Muzyka went on the record saying, "We know there's a big Mac audience of BioWare fans ... we know that's an important and large audience. And we want to serve that audience."
Zeschuk replied, "Not yet!" when told that SW:TOR wasn't able to run on a two year old MacBook. There's currently no timetable that indicates how far away a Mac version is, but the leads want to make sure that a launch on the Mac will be successful and stable. Muzyka notes, "We've done a lot of Mac ports before of our games. We haven't announced any details yet for The Old Republic, but we know that's an important and large audience."
So far, more than a million players in SW:TOR have racked up over 60 million hours, completed more than 260 million quests, destroyed more than 3 million non-playable characters in the game, and have participated in more than 44 million player-vs-player battles. Mac fans can install the game on a Windows partition (made easy thanks to Boot Camp) and take part in the adventure that takes place thousands of years before the Lucas films, but I'll bet there's plenty of patient fans who're waiting for a proper Mac port before enlisting as a Sith Lord or Jedi Knight.