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50% off Guild Wars 2, Standard / Deluxe Editions with Code GW2WELCOMEBACK @ Guild Wars 2 Official Site
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50% off Guild Wars 2, Standard / Deluxe Editions with Code GW2WELCOMEBACK @ Guild Wars 2 Official Site

Posted 27th MarEdited by:"GamerTales"
For information and the code check out this webpage: guildwars2.com/en/…ne/

The webpage on 'Get Deal' will take you straight to the editions that you can use the code GW2WELCOMEBACK on!

Welcome back to Guild Wars 2:

'Free Episode Unlock: “Daybreak”If you missed picking up the first episode of Living World Season 4 while it was live, visit the Gem Store in game to unlock “Daybreak” for free! All players can also grab a free Tradesman’s Package this week in the Gem Store (limit one per account). These items will be available from March 26 until April 1.

You’ll need to own Guild Wars 2: Path of Fire™ to play Living World Season 4. If you haven’t upgraded your account yet, use the coupon code GW2WELCOMEBACK to take 50% off* when you purchase the expansion through our official site.'

Offer applies only to:

  • Guild Wars 2: Path of Fire Standard Edition
  • Guild Wars 2: Path of Fire Deluxe Edition
  • Guild Wars 2: Standard Collection
  • Guild Wars 2: Deluxe Collection

purchased through buy.guildwars2.com from 9:00 a.m. Pacific Time Mar 25, 2019 through 11:59 p.m. Pacific Time Mar 27, 2019.
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If only on mac... but thats still in ‘beta’ right? Was so addicted to original GW... nostalgia!
Does the £25.99 path of fire standard include heart of thorns?
The Mac version still runs via a compatibility layer rather than native binaries and has been in "beta" since 2017. Performance is pretty meh, even in Windows but should easily be playable with a modern Mac or Linux box (using Proton or Wine).

I enjoyed GW2 when I played it but be wary going in with Guild Wars notalgia goggles. By design the sequel is a very different MMO experience and is divisive among fans. The original release is effectively free to play now, I'd try that before going all in.
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