There is a new poster in Lion's Arch with cryptic messages from ArenaNet such as "pack your bags" and "time for a vacation". Sounds lovely.
The Diretide game mode is made up of three different stages: Candy Chaos, The Trickster Awakens, and Sugar Rush.
This fantasy game revolves around knights, mages, and archers and lets you experience the diversity that a more typical MMORPG experience offers.
Gameplay has a large focus on tactics mixed with chaotic action. With its mixture of different elements - such as FPS, RTS, and MMO - you will definitely be a unique experience.
The problem is, like with cross realm LFG, players know they aren't likely to encounter the same players again and there is a sense of anonymity allowing them to act badly.
People familiar with the other dual form characters, Jayce and Nidalee, will likely be most at home with Elise. Experienced junglers may also find her an interesting change of pace.
With its combination of colossal monsters and a very interactive combat system, this game is sure to be epic.
This week has seen Acts I through III go live but because this is a brand new event you may be a bit confused as to what to do. Luckily for you, I am going to tell you.
The dev created events are fun and all, but it's the player events and my own personal Halloween events that are far more entertaining.
Officially, with 5.1.0, the Pandarian campaign will begin which is the attempt to make the game feel as if Horde and Alliance are still at war.
The first major content release, Shadow of the Mad King, for Guild Wars 2 is now live!