Issue 510
October 258th, 2015
Now live after months of hype and patience from fans, Guild Wars 2: Heart of Thorns officially launched at 301am ET / 1201am PT on October 23rd. Boasting over 7 million accounts, ArenaNet shares a new infographic as players flood the Maguuma Jungle.
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Bioware has announced that early access for the Star Wars: The Old Republic expansion, Knights of the Fallen Empire, is scheduled to kick off today. KotFE marks a return to storytelling and will come to players courtesy of nine chapters, new companions and new enemies. Early Access is for active subscribers between July and early October. To celebrate, the team has released a new trailer called "Alliance".
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Star Wars: The Old Republic's newest expansion, Knights of the Fallen Empire, starts off with a bang and just doesn't let go. I thought BioWare really upped its game with Shadow of Revan, but I had to check to make sure I was actually still playing SWTOR when I jumped into KOTFE for the first time today.
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The Camelot Unchained site has been updated with some fantastic information about the latest class to be revealed, the Shapeshifters. Shapeshifters come in three forms, each with its own set of unique abilities: Black Rider, Child of Loki and Enchanted Knight.
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We've only had a couple hours so far with Guild Wars 2's first expansion, Heart of Thorns. So while our review and first impressions will be forthcoming, we wanted to start off your long weekend of playing with a few helpful tips we've learned from our first few moments in the jungle.
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Guild Wars 2 is the sequel to ArenaNet's flagship title, Guild Wars. GW2 aims to fix a lot of what's "wrong" in the MMO world. With reworked combat mechanics, a focus on Dynamic Events, voiced quest dialog, several new professions, fan-favorite races, and the massive open world of Tyria, Guild Wars 2 is far more epic in scope than the original... while still retaining the F2P business model. The reliance on a holy trinity of class-roles is gone too, with every profession in GW2 being able to take on several roles, including that of a healer. On top of it all, there are also several unique forms of PvP for the competitive gamer: from match-made contests that any gamer will be familiar with to massive World vs. World vs. World wars that pitch entire servers against one another. ArenaNet hopes there is something for everyone in Guild Wars 2.
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