Celebrate Black Friday with NCsoft this year

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NCsoft is offering a chance for you to save some money without getting out of your chair this Black Friday. Starting Friday morning, you’ll be able save money on both the City of Heroes and Guild Wars titles. This is a perfect opportunity for those of us who jumped back on the City of Heroes train since it went free-to-play to get some extra items. Here’s what you can expect:

  • Guild Wars Trilogy will be $14.99 (download only).
  • Guild Wars: Eye of the North expansion will cost you $9.99.
  • The City of Heroes VIP Starter Kit (one month) will be $0.99.
  • Sales across the Paragon Market. If you want to see the specific items, enhancements, and inspirations you can do just that here.

One month of VIP status for one of my absolute favorite MMOs of all time? You can count me in on that deal! Remember, these start on Friday morning so you should wait until then to head over to the NCsoft store.


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