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The Living World of Guild Wars 2: Origins of Madness Unleashed

If you want to try an MMO for the first time? Guild Wars 2: Origins of Madness is the newest installment of one of the most popular MMOs in the history of video games. Give is a try, you won't be disappointed.

The publisher and developer of the popular and acclaimed video game franchise Guild Wars, NCSOFT and ArenaNet, gave hard-core Guild Wars gamers a look at the living world of Guild Wars 2: Origins of Madness.

The trailer teaser here shows the living world with new monsters and dangers to keep hard-core gamers company during quiet moments. This time hard-core Guild Wars fanatics face a giant wurm rising up from beneath the Bloodtide Coast and a weird marionette hiding in the shadows of the mountains of Lornar’s Pass.

Time to put on ascended armour and head out to battle.

http://www.egmnow.com/articles/news/guild-wars-2-origins-of-madness-update-releasing-january-21/

My time playing Guild Wars the MMO was stunning, massive in size, and unusual in conception; and the game has only grown in scope. Guild Wars 2: Origins of Madness looks and sounds like an adventure no hard-core gamer could resist. If you want to try an MMO for the first time? Give Guild Wars 2 a try.

Guild Wars 2: Origins of Madness is set to begin on January 21, 2014. Time to strap on the steel and prepare for war!

Published Jan. 16th 2014
  • Capt. Eliza Creststeel
    Contributor
    GW2 is currently the only MMO I'm playing on any regular basis. It's gorgeous, easy to play and great to socialize in. I can't be a pirate in it, but some people can dress as one and it satisfies the Amazon urge.

    There is waaaay too much to do. I don't even try to do it all, but the Living World aspects of it are a big reason why I go back almost nightly.

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