Guild Wars 2 is not flawless, so you may encounter the error “The game client has stopped working” or various appcrashes of the Gw2.exe – here are solutions
Guild Wars 2 is immensely popular – it’s that popular that NCSoft stopped selling digital copies, but here’s how you can still buy a digital copy!
The hype for ArenaNet’s MMORPG Guild Wars 2 is, for now, justified. The developed revealed the game sold 1 million copies before the official day of launch, August 29, and clocked 400,000 concurrent users.
Guild Wars 2 launches for those who pre-purchased — called the Headstart period — this Friday. If you’ve been following the Guild Wars 2 development it’ll be pretty clear ArenaNet is working to optimize the game, and that’s the subject of the latest blog post from the developer.
As we reported last week, ArenaNet — developers of Guild Wars 2 – is running weekly stress tests to gear up for the August 28 launch. Yesterday’s stress test was the latest, so is there new stuff?
The final Guild Wars 2 beta weekend is long gone, and developer ArenaNet is running regular stress tests to probably ensure servers don’t blow up at launch. So we thought it would be interesting to cover the stress tests, and what ArenaNet is testing.
Reuters predicted that World of Warcraft could see a 25% drop in subscribers with the launch of Guild Wars 2, launching August 28 (and August 25 for pre-purchasers). It’s unlikely a single game will dethrone World of Warcraft, but as more MMOGs chips away market share will fall.
The third, and final, Guild Wars 2 beta weekend finished last week. Touched on yesterday, here’s a more in-depth conclusion as we move towards launch.