As a fan of Guild Wars 2, you probably like the Guild Wars 2 gameplay more than all of the other elements that make a game truly great and also enjoyable. Sure, factors like the graphics matter, and things like the multiplayer options matter a whole lot, too, but when it gets right down to it, one of the most attractive features of a game such as Guild Wars 2 is indeed the gameplay, which I want to talk about a little bit more here.
I have no idea whether you have heard this about Guild Wars 2 gameplay or not, but this sequel actually will utilize a severely modified form of the game engine that ArenaNet came up with for the original Guild Wars. Here are some examples of these all-important modifications to said game engine, which will be very important to the gameplay of Guild Wars 2. The severe modifications are 3D environments in real-time, better animation along with improve graphics, and the ability to employ something called the Havok physics system. I have heard that the developer, ArenaNet, is now stating that this overhaul of the game engine finally “does justice” to the famous concept art of this game series. Further, the developer has also come out with a statement promising to integrate this concept art into the manner in which the story is communicated to players.
When you get to play Guild Wars 2, you will immediately note that you’ll get the opportunity to make your own character out of a mix eight professions as well as five races. The five races are comprised of the sylvari, the humans, the norn, the asura and the charr. The eight professions consist of three, distinct classes of armor, which are soldiers (who have heavy armor), adventurers (who have medium armor) and scholars (who have light armor). The eight professions are the warrior, the elementalist, the necromancer, the ranger, the thief, the guardian, the mesmer and the engineer.
It is beyond a shadow of a doubt that all of these gameplay elements make the Guild Wars 2 gameplay just amazing. However, it might still take a little bit of additional time before you can enjoy all of these characters and experience them in the world of Guild Wars 2. The reason has to do with the release date of this game, which is quite undefined at this point. Sure, we know that the game is slated to be released sometime in 2012, yet that is unfortunately all that we know at the moment. We have no definite release information with regard to the actual day or the actual month in 2012. This is a nuisance to be sure, but I have coped with it by going ahead and pre-ordering Guild Wars 2. I just want to make sure that I do not miss the release date and that I will have a copy of the game waiting for me. If you want to go ahead and pre-order Guild Wars 2 also, you can do so at this link on the Amazon website: http://www.amazon.com/Guild-Wars-2-Pc/dp/B001TOQ8X4/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1331087657&sr=8-1.
One of the biggest reasons to pre-order this game is obviously the Guild Wars 2 gameplay, and you can see how exciting it is based upon the highly complicated classes of characters that are available to you. Personally, I cannot wait to make my own character in this game and then test my skills against gamers from all around the globe. It is just too bad that I will have to wait until later in 2012 to play Guild Wars 2, but you know what they say about all good things: Good things are worth waiting for!