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Post by Eorl @ 10:28am 23/07/14 | 3 Comments
Continuing their bi-weekly Living World content updates, developer ArenaNet has today announced the newest addition to the ever-evolving world of Guild Wars 2: Dragon's Reach: Part 1.

"As the adventure of Season 2 continues, the whole of Tyria is threatened by the peril of the Elder Dragon Mordremoth," according to the YouTube blurb. "Attacks by its minions have stretched ever-farther afield, from the arid Maguuma wastes to the Timberline Falls and the heart of Kryta. All of Tyria must come to understand this dire threat."

Further information on the update has yet to be revealed, though we can expect the event to go live come July 29th for Guild Wars 2 players. Until that time, you can check out the trailer below for a glimpse of the action, and keep your eyes peeled on the Releases page of the website.




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Latest Comments
Midda
Posted 11:02am 23/7/14
Wow, it looks like they're continuing to make more and more actual lasting changes on the world. That's pretty cool.
Tollaz0r!
Posted 11:18am 23/7/14
It is what MMO's should be doing. Using the accumulated actions of players, the world should be shaped according to that. It gives high end guilds a true purpose. They can change the course of the game.

Imagine if Orgrimmar was invaded by the Alliance because enough guilds got together and stormed it then held it for a while. The lore of the world would build to reflect this, people would start new alliance heros at Orgrimmar, etc. It would be a mammoth effort to keep content flowing, but Blizzard for instance, has the capability to do that (in man-power terms).
Of course the world would have to be balanced out to make this work.

Good on guild Wars 2 for starting to go down this path.

Jboy
Posted 12:12am 24/7/14
GW2

A game that started strong and ended up in a pile of temporary content trash with a greater focus on cash shop promotion than the actual game, In it's current state it looks more like a non Pay to Win F2P game than a buy once.
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