Edit: nevermind figured out why I was dumb, game looks fun excited to try it out c:
To those that are on the fence about GW2, I will highly recommend you to give it a shot. I was very skeptical at first aswell, and was almost done with the mmo genre in general. But this game truly rocks. Good opportunity to try it for urself for free
I agree with Kaidog. I've participated in 2 weekend trials before finally buying the full game. At first, I disliked it completely, but after playing it a second time I got in love with this game. I can guarantee you that if you willl enjoy this weekend trial, your money will be well spent if you decide to buy it.
Just signed up mid trial and it will not let me login, keeps saying there is an error. fuck GW2
ANet is having issues with this trial sign-up for some reason. None of the previous trials had such snafus.
Tried it, its pretty neat. Some weapons skills are horrible on some class. it doesn't seem much balanced in that maner. End game is mostly pvp right? I tried going in there but those instructor are pretty underwhelming with information. once I zoned in to my server's borderland I couldn't figure out how to go back to story mode... The upleveling and downleveling is nice however a lv 5 in pvp lol.
What you do at max level is pretty varied, but also consists a lot of what you do as you level. There isn't a big change at max level. You can leave WvWvW by going through the portal to Lion's Arch, which should be by your spawn point on each map.
Once you get to a borderland you have to get to the portal to lion's arch at the entrance of it.
I don't care about what you play or how you do it (as long as it doesn't affect me), what I do care about is that your statement is wrong and thus you are spreading bad information.
Plz refrain from using stupid strawman arguments in the future, I entertained your BS reply (the strawman) once in the future I'll just point out it's a strawman.
In most cases, I understand the other side's viewpoint and how they came to it, but cannot tolerate their stubbornness to not see mine (the right one).