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Will you still play Guild Wars 1

Guild Wars might have been superseded by Guild Wars 2, but the original online RPG game’s still going strong. In last year, it was hit a very special milestone – its 15th anniversary – and, to celebrate, the devs have launched an update packed with shiny new weapons, in-game goodies, and more. The original Guild Wars first came out in 2005. By MMO standards, it’s ancient. Two developers have taken it upon themselves to keep the game alive and, in the process, have figured out how to make it better than it’s ever been. Preserving old games is a monumental challenge in the endless media avalanche year 2021.

GW is a totally different game than GW2. Totally!

Many folks who love GW don't like GW2 at all. Many players leveled 8 characters to 80 in GW2 and decided they were not having any fun, and returned to GW full-time. Many who love GW2 don't like GW, except as a vehicle to earn HoM points for stuff in 2.

There are three campaigns and an expansion in GW. A campaign is a stand-alone game. You can play it with, or without the other campaigns. The expansion, Eye of the North, requires you to have at least one of the campaigns, in order to access the Eye.

GW Platinum has Prophecies [the first campaign – set in Tyria] and Eye of the North [the expansion-the one that has the HoM in it.]
GW Game of the Year has only Prophecies. This was the original game.
GW Trilogy has Prophecies, Factions [the second campaign -- set in Cantha], and Nightfall [the third campaign --- set in Elona.]

None of them come bundled with GW2.
Most players who like GW, get the Trilogy and Eye of the North expansion.

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We found some comments from players about the GW:

Player A: Supporting GW1 is back-ward thinking. I believe that the company should look forward, to things beyond even GW2. I would not like to see what limited resources they have now being split to support a game which has been on maintenance mode for years.

Player B: Guild Wars 1 player base still thrives after well over a decade, but without proper support from devs the game slips further and further each day. Pvp nerfed elite skills are worse than regular skills (for example Savannah Heat vs Searing Heat). There is no reliable way to pack back Arena Net monetarily for the enjoyment we get out of the game (which is important if we want to support/for it to keep running) The community needs support.

Despite some not so good reviews, players who like GW still show their love for this game, which is enough to prove the powerful vitality and attractiveness of this game. There are still people playing famed eight-year-old MMO Guild Wars 1, and developer ArenaNet has no intention of abandoning them. Join the millions of players worldwide who have become enraptured by Guild Wars, the award-winning online roleplaying game with no subscription fee required.

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