Welcome to Free To Play Guild Wars 2!
Guild Wars 2 or GW2 is announced to be free to play since August 29 2015! Isn’t awesome news! Don’t miss this opportunity play one of the best MMORPG (massively multiplayer online role-playing game) for free.
There is no doubt that free to play model comes with some restrictions to protect players who bought the game. It’s absolutely fair thing to do.
The Guild Wars 2 Gameplay
Let’s check the details of free to play the Guild Wars 2
- Free accounts in GW2 have with less character slots than the paid version.
- Free accounts in GW2 have fewer bad slots than the paid version.
- Free accounts in GW2 have some chat restrictions. You can use local whispers and local chat, but can’t use map chat. Also there is limit on starting new conversation with whispers. It’s no more than once every 30 seconds.
- Free accounts in GW2 have some economy restrictions. You can sell and buy common goods on the trading post. But you can’t mail items or gold directly to other players. You can’t trade gold for gems. You can’t access guild vaults.
- Free accounts in GW2 have some restrictions on skipping places. You can leave the starter zones when you are level 10 only. You can use LFG only when you reach level 30. You need to be level 60 before using World vs. World. Are you fan of PvP? Yes, you can play PvP right away. To use custom and unranked arenas, you need to get rank 20.
GW2 has 5 classes to choose from – Asura, Sylvari, Human, Norn and Charr. There are 8 professions that you can be – Engineer, Necromancer, Thief, Elementalist, Warrior, Ranger, Mesmer and Guardian.
ArenaNet, the company that developed the Guild Wars 2, believes in the business models that are very simple. When you bought the game, there is no monthly fees to play. You can play as long as you want.
It is a really good gift from ArenaNet, let the GW2 to be a free to play MMORPG. You probably know that World of Warcraft went to free to play model too. But you can play only until 21 level.
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