Pre-purchases are now open for the first expansion of Guild Wars 2, Heart of Thorns. You can get it digitally by visiting the official site.
The game comes in three versions, each one of which provides you with different goodies. All of them though give you access to every Beta Session that’s planned to take place from here on after till the release of the expansion, the core game for those that don’t have it already and an extra character slot.
As you may have already heard, the city of Lion’s Arch is finally beginning its transition from “crater” to “greater”. Construction workers, piles of building materials, and Consortium surveyors have appeared and are hard at work. Doing, well… something. It’s hard to tell right now, but it sure does look exciting.
Recently announced is the second official elite specialization, the Dragonhunter (not Dragon Hunter) for Guardians. I’m pretty excited about it, as someone whose main character (well, tied with Elementalist) is a guardian. Let me tell you why.
Virtues! Actually, I’m a little lukewarm about the changes to the virtues. Sure, being able to leap with Wings of Resolve or throw a Spear of Justice is pretty cool and more powerful than the current virtue activations.
Over the past few days ArenaNet released lots of information regarding the ninth proffession to be included in Guild Wars 2, the Revenant. Today I’d like to do a little summary of what you need to go through in order to be all caught up with the latest news.
Roy Cronacher, a game designer at the development studio, wrote a blog post describing the main aspects of the new profession.
It’s been long and of course I know that you’ve not missed me at all. Even though this has been a rough week for me and these news may show up kinda late over here, I cannot abandon my duty, simply due to always being faithful at your service.