Guild Wars 2 to get extended free trial as Twilight Assault launches

Guild Wars 2 Twilight Assault

By on September 25, 2013 at 1:17 pm

ArenaNet have announced that the ‘Twilight Assault’ content for Guild Wars 2 will be available next week on October 1st. The content sees you assisting Caithe, the Sylvari hero, investigating suspicious activity within the Caledon Forest.

To celebrate, the game will be available to play for free from Friday, 27th September at 5:00 PM AEST until Friday, 4th October at 5:00 PM BST. That’s a whole week of free Guild Wars for you to enjoy. You can register for a trial account here, or learn more about Twilight Assault here.

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I hope this is a permanant dungeon addition. They’ve been getting so tied up with the living story (temporary content) that they seem to have forgotten that we need more permanant content as well. Especially in the form of dungeons which have seen no additions since Fractals of the Mists (which was more just content for grinders anyway).

I’d hate to see another well designed and fun dungeon like the molten facility get added, only for it to be removed a month later.

 
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