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Kotaku wrote: Guild Wars 2 Since the game is essentially starting with a clean slate, Arena Net decided to make some pretty substantive changes to the game. First, and most importantly though, the game will remain subscription free. This time around the game will have a persistence world, one still set in Tyria, but now hundreds of years after the events that took place in the original Guild Wars.
One of those was the instancing model. As each of the campaigns was released we took greater and greater pains to do that. On the other hand, there are things we missed out on, like the more organic type of community building where you wandering through the area and hook-up with other people. We are retaining the strengths of instanced areas, but we are also integrating a persistenced world. You and a group try to stave off the dragon.
If you are successful the nearby town gives you a treasure. This will lead to a team of carpenters gathering at the bridge to try to fix it and then you will have to protect them from bandits. He said that there will be hundreds of these types of events that happen in the world, some daily, some hourly, some will be triggered by specific player actions.
In Guild Wars 2, the same character you use in-game will be used for player-versus-player conflicts that will take place in the Mists, the place between the many worlds, aka servers, of this new Guild Wars.
Despite having several worlds, the game uses a global database so you can instantly transfer between worlds, Strain said. And these inter-world battles in the Mists, which Strain says almost play like a large real-time strategy game, can have a real impact on the worlds. Every week or every two weeks we will shuffle who is matched up. Arena Net, it seems, is trying to tackle many of the biggest drawbacks most current massively multiplayer online games face.
Chief among them is level capping. Why, once you top out, should you stick around in a game? Guild Wars 2 is trying to deal with that issue by using a system with a high level cap once that could be set to or even boundless.
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