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  • Knighthonor.4061Knighthonor.4061 Member ✭✭✭✭

    GW1 was not a MMO so was easy to leave that behind because I wanted a new MMO

  • FrizzFreston.5290FrizzFreston.5290 Member ✭✭✭✭

    Every book, movie, tv series and game has an ending.

    The only way is to stop creating interesting things to experience.

    They created a world and have episodes of story. I feel like they could technically keep going forever as long as they keep things interesting for me.

  • Honestly I've had this game for 3-4 years and have been so terribly on and off with it (only completed the login rewards cycle once) but I'm really trying to get back into it. Not that I have much to lose, but I don't see myself quitting any time soon. So the only thing that would drive me away is the game simply being shut down.

  • Linken.6345Linken.6345 Member ✭✭✭✭

    When I leave I will have plenty of time to start playing my backlog of games I bought over these years I been playing gw2.

  • Batel.9206Batel.9206 Member ✭✭✭

    I've had to temporarily leave for a few months due to real-life circumstances - once due to my job taking up all of my time, and another time due to my computer dying. Now that I'm between jobs and I have a new computer, I'm back. I'll occasionally get sidetracked by another game, but only temporarily.

    It would take ArenaNet shutting down the servers to get me to leave for good...or implementing a mandatory subscription (or even an optional one that is far too convenient not to have)...or getting too embroiled in real-world politics/political correctness, such as what is happening to a certain other game company at the moment. I will not elaborate on that one because a) forum rules, and b) I've no wish to start a flame war. Basically, just keep real life kerfluffles out of the imaginary game world here, and all will be well. :)

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  • Opal.9324Opal.9324 Member ✭✭✭

    I think there are only 3 things that could make me leave GW2 completely:

    • the addition of a gear treadmill
    • the removal of WvW
    • if someone paid me a ton of money to quit
  • Eloc Freidon.5692Eloc Freidon.5692 Member ✭✭✭✭

    If we don't get an expansion or at least elite specs every 1 or 2 Living World Seasons, the game is going to get old.

  • Kas.3509Kas.3509 Member ✭✭✭
    edited October 11, 2019

    That's how MMO's work.
    Also - I doubt they would shut down GW2 just like that. I assume it would go into maintenance mode at some point in time - I won't guess if it's sooner or later because there is on point. You can still play in maintenance mode - usually for quite a long time. That's what happens with every mmo and that's completely normal.

    If they ever make new game (I assume that's why this topic got created) - it will be NEW game, even if in GW world. It means there will be new story new stuff to do etc. So obviously you would need to start anew and create your own new story. What's weird with that?
    This is virtual stuff, everything you have in game has no real value and doesn't really exist, that's just how it is. If they decide to shut down the servers and give you nothing, then puff - it's gone. Obviously - no company who would want to cooperate with their players after that would just randomly shut down.

    Making new separate game =/= deleting your character and telling you to start play again. 2nd option would happen if they didn't make new game but deleted your character in gw2 and told you they can't restore - then you would be right. Otherwise it sounds like an angry child statement :P

    Also responding to your question - for me to be done with any mmo I like and be done with company would be if I lost something on my account due to some bug and could never get it back OR if support treated me unfairly and rude OR if I got banned unfairly - even for 1 day, I wouldn't go back then.

  • Linken.6345Linken.6345 Member ✭✭✭✭

    @Kas.3509 said:
    That's how MMO's work.
    Also - I doubt they would shut down GW2 just like that. I assume it would go into maintenance mode at some point in time - I won't guess if it's sooner or later because there is on point. You can still play in maintenance mode - usually for quite a long time. That's what happens with every mmo and that's completely normal.

    If they ever make new game (I assume that's why this topic got created) - it will be NEW game, even if in GW world. It means there will be new story new stuff to do etc. So obviously you would need to start anew and create your own new story. What's weird with that?
    This is virtual stuff, everything you have in game has no real value and doesn't really exist, that's just how it is. If they decide to shut down the servers and give you nothing, then puff - it's gone. Obviously - no company who would want to cooperate with their players after that would just randomly shut down.

    Making new separate game =/= deleting your character and telling you to start play again. 2nd option would happen if they didn't make new game but deleted your character in gw2 and told you they can't restore - then you would be right. Otherwise it sounds like an angry child statement :P

    Also responding to your question - for me to be done with any mmo I like and be done with company would be if I lost something on my account due to some bug and could never get it back OR if support treated me unfairly and rude OR if I got banned unfairly - even for 1 day, I wouldn't go back then.

    You do know that ncsoft close down games when they dont make enough money.
    Not saying they arent making any money or going in the red.
    Look at city of heroes/villains as an example.

  • @Opal.9324 said:
    I think there are only 3 things that could make me leave GW2 completely:

    • the addition of a gear treadmill
    • the removal of WvW
    • if someone paid me a ton of money to quit

    I envisioned a treadmill accessory that you had to walk on while playing in order to generate enough points for new gear. That would be horrific.

  • Donari.5237Donari.5237 Member ✭✭✭✭

    I'm not sure if the question is what would you lose if you left, ie what would it cost you, or what incentive would lure you away, ie what price would be high enough. I'm seeing answers both ways.

    I read it as what would I lose, and as to that, I'm with everyone saying nothing. I paid to be entertained, I was entertained. There are many movies I paid to see once and have never seen since, many good meals in fine company I've had, and I retain the memories thereof. The only thing I'd count as a loss would be the people I play with, the connections thereto, since I have a lifelong tendency to lose touch with people with whom I have no activity in common.

  • Josiah.2967Josiah.2967 Member ✭✭✭

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  • Dante.1763Dante.1763 Member ✭✭✭✭
    edited October 12, 2019

    @Taygus.4571 said:

    @Randulf.7614 said:
    Them shutting down the servers

    This... I'm here until they kill they servers and I have no choice. I will likely not play another mmo after gw2.

    I agree with this to a point. If they add subs im out, if the content stops, ill be out after a year or two, otherwise.

    Once this game dies off, i wont be investing in another MMO. Probably wont even play one again.

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  • Kas.3509Kas.3509 Member ✭✭✭

    @Linken.6345 said:

    @Kas.3509 said:
    That's how MMO's work.
    Also - I doubt they would shut down GW2 just like that. I assume it would go into maintenance mode at some point in time - I won't guess if it's sooner or later because there is on point. You can still play in maintenance mode - usually for quite a long time. That's what happens with every mmo and that's completely normal.

    If they ever make new game (I assume that's why this topic got created) - it will be NEW game, even if in GW world. It means there will be new story new stuff to do etc. So obviously you would need to start anew and create your own new story. What's weird with that?
    This is virtual stuff, everything you have in game has no real value and doesn't really exist, that's just how it is. If they decide to shut down the servers and give you nothing, then puff - it's gone. Obviously - no company who would want to cooperate with their players after that would just randomly shut down.

    Making new separate game =/= deleting your character and telling you to start play again. 2nd option would happen if they didn't make new game but deleted your character in gw2 and told you they can't restore - then you would be right. Otherwise it sounds like an angry child statement :P

    Also responding to your question - for me to be done with any mmo I like and be done with company would be if I lost something on my account due to some bug and could never get it back OR if support treated me unfairly and rude OR if I got banned unfairly - even for 1 day, I wouldn't go back then.

    You do know that ncsoft close down games when they dont make enough money.
    Not saying they arent making any money or going in the red.
    Look at city of heroes/villains as an example.

    But it's usually games who come out and don't make big profit in first 1-2 years. Usually games who ran for 5-6 years are not closed instantly. It happens, but not that often though.
    But yes - there is a danger, always. Like with every mmo.

  • aspirine.6852aspirine.6852 Member ✭✭✭✭

    I would jump to another game(gw3 prefered) in a heartbeat. I do not care for what is invested in the current game. It's just right now there is nothing comparable.

  • Dave.6819Dave.6819 Member ✭✭✭
    edited October 12, 2019

    Was ez for me. At first they made Thief a joke. Then they also made Chrono a joke. And overall PvP state/balance was the last straw. That was it for me. Had no more energy left to keep re-rolling. For those whose characters weren't really neutered i envy you. You still have reasons to play.

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  • sephiroth.4217sephiroth.4217 Member ✭✭✭✭

    Ive put thousands upon thousands of dollars into this game which makes it hard to walk away...

    However, if Anet continue to ignore PvP and WvW then it won't be a matter of me walking away, it'll be more along the lines of Anet pushing me away.

    Not to brag, but I put together a puzzle in 4 days and the box said 2-4 years.
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  • GaijinGuy.8476GaijinGuy.8476 Member ✭✭✭

    There is no sub so I don’t “leave”, I take breaks. Come back to WvW to check if anything has changed and then return to taking a break.
    Their business model is very convenient.

  • TheQuickFox.3826TheQuickFox.3826 Member ✭✭✭✭

    I won't leave. Unless there is a sensible upgrade path to a new Guild Wars PC MMO game.
    But noticing the problems ArenaNet seems to have to make a new expansion, I don't expect a GW3 for any time soon.

    So, I'll just happily stick with GW1 and GW2. If I had to stop due to the servers getting axed, well, than I would just drown in sadness.

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  • Asum.4960Asum.4960 Member ✭✭✭✭
    edited October 13, 2019

    Templates might be it for me, but either way it won't be a hard "I quit moment".
    I enjoy the game way too much, as well as the people I regularly play content with, especially Raids, to just quit, on top of being way to invested in the game and franchise in general, having played it since 14 years.

    But a big part of the game for me is just theory crafting, making, testing and iterating on builds for hours at times.
    Watching my entire giant library of, across all my characters, well over 100 builds in Arc just poof is going to hurt.
    Then being asked to pay what will probably hundreds of euros, or multiple thousands of gold, just to get some bare minimum of essential for general gameplay build storage back is going to hurt even more.
    And after all that, whenever I get inspired to make a new fun niche build for something, I know I either won't have the template slots for it, or I'm faced with the decision of forking over money, just to get a slot to try the build out in, which may not lead anywhere after some testing, aside from just setting me back a few euros/few hundred gold.

    In the end, the lack of proper templates, after Arc is gone, to just have fun with new builds, as well as the too low build storage for even just my essential Raid, Fractal, WvW and PvP builds, leading to frequent annoying swapping by hand, especially with the now rather useless and slow to swap Legendary Armors and such, might just mean that over time I lose my enjoyment in the game, eventually just not bothering to log in as frequent anymore, which eventually may turn into not at all.

    I think that's the most likely way I'll quit.
    Things like an added sub fee would make me jump ship in an instant, but I don't see something like that ever happening.

    The main thing that's keeping me through this endgame content drought, quite frankly, is just the lack of convincing alternative and the people I play with. But being charged an absurd amount just to keep playing the same old content the same or worse as before with the template patch, might be the tipping point, I'll have to see.

    I don't see GW3 happening, and if it ever does, considering the transition of GW2 into a Story walking simulator without or barely any combat, in which you just play to buy cosmetics of a store (or core game systems), does not have me confident in a whole new game build up from the ground by this team.
    Looking at the current trends, a GW3 will most likely have stripped out and simplified everything that made combat and content in GW2 great, while having every little system monetised into the ground.

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  • Magnus Godrik.5841Magnus Godrik.5841 Member ✭✭✭✭

    Server shut down. I know alot of "partners" said they quit and moved on, but the fact of the matter is that they didnt really. They became casual which is not quitting. So yes even with thier gripes they still find some enjoyment in it.

  • Rauderi.8706Rauderi.8706 Member ✭✭✭✭

    @XatraZaytrax.2601 said:

    @Opal.9324 said:
    I think there are only 3 things that could make me leave GW2 completely:

    • the addition of a gear treadmill
    • the removal of WvW
    • if someone paid me a ton of money to quit

    I envisioned a treadmill accessory that you had to walk on while playing in order to generate enough points for new gear. That would be horrific.

    Meanwhile, a treadmill accessory that traded in my steps for WvW progress and gems would be fankitteningtastic. :3

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  • sorudo.9054sorudo.9054 Member ✭✭✭✭

    they already did when they got greedy, i don't call a company greedy to often because i can understand they need to earn their share but when they literally ask 20X the cost of a normal item it becomes ridicules and a clear quick cash cow.
    i hate nonsense grind which GW2 is fulled with, love story which GW2 lacks greatly and adore immersion which GW2 has none of.

    Anet, ether get your head out of your money bags or just stop, this isn't helping anyone.

  • yusayu.3629yusayu.3629 Member ✭✭✭

    Would the new GW3 be better than GW2? I'd switch in a heartbeat.

  • Dreamy Lu.3865Dreamy Lu.3865 Member ✭✭✭✭

    I keep playing GW1 still nowadays. I suppose that if a GW3 would come, I would keep playing GW1 and GW2 and enjoy the new GW3 all the same. <3

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  • DonArkanio.6419DonArkanio.6419 Member ✭✭✭✭
    edited October 15, 2019

    Actually, all it takes is the Exit to Desktop button for me.

    I'd surely try GW3, all we have in GW2 are just cosmetics.

    While the lore of GW is purely amazing, the rest of the game really isn't.
    No point talking about PvP as even the Devs seem to not care that much. PvE content is so tedious, it's only fun doing maps on release.

    As for the professions - the E-Specs system literally pulls the game down to hell.

  • Psycoprophet.8107Psycoprophet.8107 Member ✭✭✭✭

    @DonArkanio.6419 said:
    Actually, all it takes is the Exit to Desktop button for me.

    I'd surely try GW3, all we have in GW2 are just cosmetics.

    While the lore of GW is purely amazing, the rest of the game really isn't.
    No point talking about PvP as even the Devs seem to not care that much. PvE content is so tedious, it's only fun doing maps on release.

    As for the professions - the E-Specs system literally pulls the game down to hell.

    Well said!

  • Astralporing.1957Astralporing.1957 Member ✭✭✭✭

    @Asum.4960 said:
    Templates might be it for me, but either way it won't be a hard "I quit moment".

    This.

    It is a process of transferring more and more of my free time to other games, as well as finding less and less reasons to log in and play this one. And since exactly the same seems to be happening to many of my friends i played this game with (those that didn't leave already, that is), this process is only accelerating. At this point i no longer believe Anet is still capable of doing anything that might hold me back. In fact, it's quite the opposite - they do seem to be vey good at thinking of ways to make my interest in the game drop lower and lower (templates were a real masterpiece as far as this is concerned). Lately, practically every time i thought something might change for th better, Anet went out of their way to persuade me otherwise.

    That, of course, means, that i would be quite unlikely to move to a potential GW3 - that would require me trusting (or at least hoping) that the developers will do a good job this time around, and yet i see no basis for this at the moment.

    The whole point of a social game is to play with the people you want to play with, not be forced to play with the people you don't.

  • @Randulf.7614 said:
    Them shutting down the servers

    This

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  • xenon.3264xenon.3264 Member ✭✭✭

    @Randulf.7614 said:

    @Taygus.4571 said:

    @Randulf.7614 said:
    Them shutting down the servers

    This... I'm here until they kill they servers and I have no choice. I will likely not play another mmo after gw2.

    I play other mmos and other games. I’ve been on a break from one for years. Never really understood the “I’m leaving” sentiment when u you can jump in and out of for free whilst the servers exist.

    If they did kill it, I’m sure I’ll find others

    If they kill it I won't play another mmo not because I fell something special and unique with gw2 but cause time changed.

    7 years ago I had no child and a totally different life style.
    I could not start another mmo and grinding to where I am now in gw2

    Best feature in gw2 is the absence of vertical progression which let those like me to keep on playing . That's all

  • kratan.4619kratan.4619 Member ✭✭✭

    GW3 mobile

  • Fenom.9457Fenom.9457 Member ✭✭✭✭

    Nothing I think. Despite various little pieces of content that annoy me or some features that aren’t superb, I love this game far too much to leave it for anything. Even GW3; I would much rather see this one updated for decades to come instead

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  • Tinnel.4369Tinnel.4369 Member ✭✭✭✭

    Already gone, for now.

    Too many empty promises.

    Too little, too late.

    Enjoying what I've moved on to, for now.

  • Blaeys.3102Blaeys.3102 Member ✭✭✭

    For me, it really is about the people I play with as much as it is the game. I just have too many friends here to consider setting the game aside.

  • @XatraZaytrax.2601 said:

    @Opal.9324 said:
    I think there are only 3 things that could make me leave GW2 completely:

    • the addition of a gear treadmill
    • the removal of WvW
    • if someone paid me a ton of money to quit

    I envisioned a treadmill accessory that you had to walk on while playing in order to generate enough points for new gear. That would be horrific.

    Only 100 more miles until I unlock my new ascended weapon! Not sure my heart can take a legendary...

  • I'm out when the wvw population finally shrinks about another 33%. At the rate that's going, within a year.

  • @Taygus.4571 said:

    @Randulf.7614 said:
    Them shutting down the servers

    This... I'm here until they kill they servers and I have no choice. I will likely not play another mmo after gw2.

    Same, i've invest too much in this game, time to get all the rare items, all the endless stuff and more, even money specially at the begining (yep my conscience remain calm after putting 10 bucks in the game every month, not for gems, have enough gold to convert it but to support the game)

    Likely, I'll not play another mmo after GW2 (take too much time, some choices to do IRL...) so, Yep, i'll be here till they shut down the light. :/

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  • ZDragon.3046ZDragon.3046 Member ✭✭✭✭

    If gw3 was ever a confirmed thing i think one of the few things that would tempt me to move from gw2 to gw3 with ease would be, being able to carry over my characters assuming the races ((charr)) and classes were still playable.

    In any other case the game would just need to reach a state where it was not playable. The most common way this happens is usually a decline in population.
    The general population in gw2 would need to drop to levels that make the game struggle to work as much content based around the game hinges on the idea that there will be a plethora of additional players playing with you pvp, pve, wvw etc.

  • Then never updating the games coding and fully optimizing it for current platforms

  • vyncius.6105vyncius.6105 Member ✭✭✭

    My guild mates not playing anymore, so all is left for me is some casual wvw and some raid pugging, if raids and wvw dies, ill have to quit

  • Algreg.3629Algreg.3629 Member ✭✭✭

    zero. In fact, you gain every future minute and dollar not spend the moment you quit.

  • While I don't really intend to leave GW2 unless they shut down the servers, I do occasionally take breaks from the daily routine. You don't have to log into the game every single day.

    If you're finding yourself getting more and more annoyed at the game every day, just take a small break and find something else to do for a while. Come back when you've worked out what your problems were or when you really start to miss it.

  • I'm going to quit when I can find the perfect opportunity to loudly tell the community I'm quitting with posts here and on Reddit. I might even throw in a Twitch or YouTube video to go with it.

  • Henry.5713Henry.5713 Member ✭✭✭✭

    I am not married to any specific franchise including Guildwars. Going to quit when I do not feel like playing anymore. Even a game you invested thousands of hours into (10000+ in my case) is just a game in the end. There are always multiple reasons to quit these games for me. Not going to go crazy over a single feature I dislike or a piece of content not to my liking as long as there is anything else left that I enjoy.

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  • Dreamy Lu.3865Dreamy Lu.3865 Member ✭✭✭✭

    It will cost me emotions. I still play GW1. I do love GW2. I'm a fan. Now in term of money... Like I have seen in several replies before: Close to nothing if I compare the amount of hours this game is entertaining me since years, compared to what I did invest.

    I will keep enjoying GW1 and GW2 as long as it goes, and if it's the end some day, I will be sad.

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  • Bigpapasmurf.5623Bigpapasmurf.5623 Member ✭✭✭✭
    edited October 24, 2019

    Cost to leave for me would be too much. Ive invested a lot of time, money, made really good friends/fam (which is priceless) and my current main, in case they shut servers down at some point, im looking into a 3d model being made so I will always have gw2. Game helped me get through crazy/stressful times where I first became a parent. GW2...to me....would never leave. If GW3 came out, id get it but i wouln't leave GW2.

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  • What I've already spent on the game? A lot. Divided by how many hours I've played? Cents on the dollar. Multiplied by the relationships I've made? Priceless. (Incidentally, those will follow me even after Guild Wars 2.)

    @Eloc Freidon.5692 said:
    If we don't get an expansion or at least elite specs every 1 or 2 Living World Seasons, the game is going to get old.

    I never understood why people consider expansions different from Living World seasons. So far, the only thing expansions have added that Living World hasn't is elite specializations.

  • Goettel.4389Goettel.4389 Member ✭✭✭✭

    There's no need to point out the sunken cost fallacy anymore I see; just wanted to add my t̶w̶o̶ ̶c̶e̶n̶t̶s̶ *€0 cost.
    *Apparently, my account is worth 31,910g 82s 19c - never checked that before, because I don't care. That's quite some 'real money' in gems as it turns out, but to me it's a bargain for 3108 hours, 56 minutes played (plus uncounted hours of laughs on/over forum threads).

  • Zaraki.5784Zaraki.5784 Member ✭✭✭✭

    About this topic, it would be the same as it was for GW1 for me, nothing different.
    A bit of sadness but "hey, it's time to move on onto the next", that's how I thought with GW1->GW2 and that's how I would think for an hypothetical GW3.

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  • Greg.7086Greg.7086 Member ✭✭✭
    edited October 24, 2019

    My cost to leave Gw2 would be nothing at all. I've had my account 6 years, spent many hours but sadly its come to the stage whereby my desire to log in is getting less and less. I was always one of the most optimistic players and totally loved Gw2 when I started, but having watched very closely at all developments over 2018 & 2019 I'm very disappointed, as per many players, at the direction the game is going in.

    I don't play MMO's for "the storyline" or "saga": That really doesn't interest me. I enjoy MMO's for Competitive and Collaborative gameplay with other players. If I was interested in storyline's I would just play off-line games. I fully understand all MMO's need a storyline, but from what I see Anet are prioritising that over anything else, and that I find very disappointing. The focus is clearly on Gem store additions, skins, skins and more skins, story-line additions, living world re-branded to "saga" and sadly very little else from what I have seen.

    In my humble opinion, Anet's fundamental problem ( btw I've seen 100's of guild friends quit over the last 2 years because of this specific problem) = There is no focus from Anet on the more challenging and competitive areas of gameplay (WvW, PvP, Raids, High-tier fractals/CM's), which for many are "End-game" modes as are the only things left they have left appealing to do. For many, the mundanity of PvE in Open World (Events, Map completion, Metas, blah blah blah) has just lost any meaning or appeal for long-standing players that have "Been there done that" and "just totally bored to insanity to do even one more Casino, TD, AB Meta at the 0.00001% chance of dropping an infusion".

    The sad thing is Gw2 has so much more potential to improve (after reading forum every day for like the last 2 years, the amount of excellent suggestions and ideas from players is inspiring: What is NOT inspiring is the fact this has largely fallen on deaf-ears and has not been listened to). I am 100% certain that 10,000's of players that have long quit for the reasons I have said would come flocking back if Anet invested time in (WvW, PvP, High-End Fractals, Raids, Re-working Dungeons with harder content /better rewards etc. in terms of i) game design & development , ii) implementation of new maps iii), new objectives or strategies, iv) literally anything from the staleness that these game modes have become.

    I play MMO's for the Community & Competitive gameplay aspect and am a big fan of "team-play", but sadly at end-game it is clear that Anet are not prioritising the Challenging End-game modes. The latest addition: Icebrood Saga as much as yes I found it graphically very pleasant, with a few nice events like the Metal Concert, in a nutshell its just simply more "story-telling" and " a ton of achievement grind" map for those AP farmers that have nothing left to do other than farm achievement points. Strike Missions are disappointing. After I did map completion on 3 different characters, grinded out some AP, events, did strike missions a few times, did JP, like many players after just one week I was utterly bored of it, and have never returned once since patch, and just went back to usual WvW, PvP, Raids, Fractals.

    I'll start to play very more casually over the forthcoming months but will most likely quit on midnight 15th April 2020.

    Why? One reason:

    Cyberpunk 2077 : Initial release date: 16th April 2020.

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