Guild Wars 2 releases introductory video, explains races, classes and Tyria

Guild Wars 2

By on September 24, 2012 at 3:01 pm

If you haven’t heard about Guild Wars 2, this is probably your first time here at GON, and welcome to you. But seriously, what’s wrong with you? In any case, you’ve probably heard about the amazing new MMO experience Guild Wars 2 offers, but what if you’re not convinced? What if, like me, you are convinced, but there are still some things that are strange and confusing for you? This new trailer-type-thing should help with that!

While not exactly a launch trailer, or a trailer at all, the video below is far more accessible (and less terrifyingly bizarre) than the actual launch trailer and explains some of the things that never really get mentioned in the game. Like that whole dragon business. How did I miss that!

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GW2 is getting super old for me. Bugger all class progression after level 30, content never changes and playing with friends is pointless, you pretty much can’t help each other quest, you just kinda do it next to them.

 

vencha88,

There are quite a few parts of the personal story where a friend is able to help. For example I was helping a friend and during one stage of his personal story I was given entirely different skills to help them out during the fight.

You can also complete most of the story together, around level 40 I met up with that same friend and our personal stories counted for each other and allowed us to progress to the next stage of it.

 

The voice sounds familiar. Sort of like Sir Ian McKellen.

 
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