Im sorry if this sounds dumb, but why are they having (such a strict) NDA? To create a huge hype after the 20th or does it have another reason?
~ MikeWe recently finished our first closed beta test, and we’re now ready to hold progressively larger events. In February we’ll invite select press to participate in beta testing, and in March and April we’ll aggressively ramp up the size of our beta test events so that many of you will have a chance to participate. And of course, this all leads to the release of Guild Wars 2 later this year.
They're not doing an "open beta" it's beta events. We don't know exactly what they are yet. But one thing is absolutely, unequivocally certain.
It's gonna be AWESOME!
Last edited by Squirrelbanes; 2012-02-10 at 01:39 AM.
why do people keep saying open beta? All they have said is that they will progressively hold larger and larger events. This is in no way an open beta. Open Betas everyone gets in. These are Beta Test Weekends where the NDA may or may not be lifted. Stop saying Open beta.
Maybe I was just reading many assumptions that there is going to be an open beta and it just kinda stuck in my head.
Last edited by Fernling306; 2012-02-10 at 01:46 AM.
If you are prepared to believe TotalBiscuit, its very responsive. This was based on a build that has since been updated to be even more responsive.
Kinda off topic but will the beta testers be able to share there experiences after the NDA lifts?
You can tell by the gameplay videos its really fluid. Hell, guild wars 1 combat was fluid too... there should be no reason gw2 will have a clunky feel to it unless you play on a low-end machine.
Last edited by Squirrelbanes; 2012-02-10 at 04:05 AM.