Gaming News, Game Reviews, Game Trailers, E3 News

               
Dark theme   
PC   |   PS4   |   XBOX   |   SWITCH   |   3DS   |   VITA   |   JAPANESE   |   FILM   |   TOYS   |   MERCH


 

 

Guild Wars 2 removing paid tournaments

0

Free fighting for everyone!

With the recent introduction of a ranked matching system, ArenaNet has decided to drop the current system in Guild Wars 2 of paying to participate in high-level player-versus-player matches. The earlier system -- charging for matches -- was created to keep high-level players fighting in the same brackets since paying more in-game gold allowed access to better rewards.

Ratings and matchmaking have been recently added into Guild Wars 2's tournament system, so this paid system was deemed redundant and unnecessarily complicated. Players with tournament tokens will get their money refunded for however much the tokens are worth.

The matchmaking system should have been in the game when it launched, and the whole paid tournaments thing never made much sense to me. This is a welcome change, and it looks like they are trying to compensate players who have bought into this system, so I guess everyone wins in the end.

Big Changes to PvP: Paid Tournaments Replaced by Free Tournaments [Guild Wars 2]




You are logged out. Login | Sign up

 
 

 

TwitterRedditEmailFacebook
 
Joshua DerocherPC Contributor // Profile & Disclosures
Fronts473Blogs 12Following17Followers11

Josh is a PC gamer. He can usually be found flying around in EVE Online. He's been known to enjoy playing role-playing games like Dragon Age: Origins, Skyrim, and Planescape Torment. He starte... more


 


READER COMMENTS LOADING BELOW...


Can't see comments?   EasyList, Avast, and others may block them. Please whitelist [*].disqus.com to fix it


Unsavory comments?


Please report harassment, spam, and hate speech to our community team. On the right side of a comment you can flag the user to anonymously report them (we will ban users dishing bad karma). Can't see comments, or is something busted? Check our mini support FAQ

 




 
 
 
spacer