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Guild Wars 2 in 2017 | Everyday Life of an Average Player

Discussion in 'MMORPG Videos' started by Kokleekio, Sep 1, 2017.

  1. Kokleekio

    Kokleekio New Member

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    Guild Wars 2 is an old MMORPG that many of you know. Many of you might have tried the game at release and not like it. However, it has changed a lot! Nowadays, there are raids and fractals which provide challenging endgame PvE, PvP has competitive seasons and automated tournaments and WvW has recently received a huge update concerning its rewards. The new maps added with previous expansion, Heart of Thorns, are also beautiful and they are one of the most complex maps which I have seen in any MMORPG.



    I have made a short video where I show all Guild Wars 2 game modes and how much fun it can be in 2017. You can watch it here:
     
  2. Mayonnaise

    Mayonnaise Cold Heart Royal Ogre

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    Omg you made such a detailed explanation about the changes within the game. And i kind of appreciated it. It looks sooo muchy similar to one of my favorite game now. The Perfect World c:
    Awesome viddy mister c:
     
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    Blasphemy Royal Ogre Royal Ogre

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    Very nice 7mins video you explained each classes very well.
     
  4. Jebus Edrei

    Jebus Edrei The Perfect Recipe Royal Ogre

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    The thought is very good and was prepared very well but I cant quite understand some of the words of the narrator. I had to go back a view sec to listen again.
     

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