Does it seem to you that ArenaNet has it’s eye on the MMO calendar?
Let’s face it. Guild Wars 2 has been a bit dull, recently. If you were interested, you probably did the WvW meta weeks ago. After that, there wasn’t a whole lot to work for in the game. So maybe you did what I did. I played The Elder Scrolls Online – huge disappointment – and, out of curiosity, I’ve been playing the WildStar beta. I’ve been pleasantly surprised by WildStar, but more on that, later.
What does all this have to do with the MMO calendar? When ESO launched was it a coincidence that GW2 sorta went on hiatus? All the living world stuff wrapped up, the April 15th update came out, and then the game sorta went into cruise mode.
Maybe it was just a coincidence. Maybe.
But it’s hard to ignore the fact that the WildStar beta ends on May 18th and the Guild Wars 2 Living World content comes back on May 20th with the Festival of the Four Winds. At that point, I’ll be firmly back in GW2, feeding you tips on how to make money in the game.
I might even make a few before then. : )