Guild Wars 2
Amidst the woes about the Diablo Immortal monetization model — which effectively allows players to buy their way to more character power — some players have grown concerned that a similar path could be laid out for the upcoming Diablo 4.
I’m away from my home PC this week, but that hasn’t stopped me from getting a little gaming in.
If you've been playing Guild Wars 2 for some time, you'll know that the Elder Dragons are the key motivator of the ongoing plot and that dealing with them is the core challenge facing the "commander" that players navigate throughout the world of Tyria.
The six Elder Dragons have been the narrative crux and primary antagonists of Guild Wars 2 since its release almost 10 years ago, but as the series has progressed our opposition to their devastation has gone in many unexpected directions.
In the annals of the Guild Wars games, there are few mortals whose impact on the world are as deep and lasting as Shiro Tagachi, the Betrayer.
When the Guild Wars 2 expansion End of Dragons releases on February 28th, Guild Wars players will be returning to Cantha for the first time in over 15 years, since the Factions expansion was released.
While waiting for the End of Dragons expansion for Guild Wars 2 -- as well as Shadowlands patch 9.2 -- I've started leveling new WoW toons to unlock the Allied Races Heritage Armor.
Last week, in a way, was about flying mounts in World of Warcraft -- the latest 6-month subscription/Lunar New Year mount is a flying tiger named Wen Lo, and we learned that we'll be flying a lot sooner in Zereth Mortis in patch 9.2.
On Monday, the Guild Wars 2 team announced that the release date of the expansion End of Dragons would be revealed on February 1.
2021 ends next week, and I feel myself a little stressed out because of all the games coming out early in 2022.