Eye of the North is an explosive end-of-season-style expansion pack - success in which, and indeed the rest of the Guild Wars canon, will filter into Guild Wars 2. Noobs should look away
Things are about to change for Guild Wars fans as the August 31 release date for the series' first true expansion, Guild Wars: Eye of the North draws closer. Developer, ArenaNet is breaking ties with the formula they've followed for delivering new content in the past. Sure, there'll be more dungeons, quests, and heroes to collect. But don't expect to start off by leveling up two new professions.
ArenaNet feels that they've got enough professions for players to choose from right now. "Part of
With no monthly fees, level grinding, and intense world class PvP play, the Guild Wars series has always stood apart from the rest of the MMO pack. But Guild Wars: Eye of the North, the last title in the original Guild Wars series, breaks from previous campaigns in a variety of ways:
It will cost less than a full-sized campaign at $39.99. The non-special edition of Nightfall retailed at $49.99, for example.
It will require players to own at least one previous Guild Wars game.