ArenaNet, developer of the recently-released fantasy MMO game Guild Wars 2, is currently addressing players’ latest mutual concerns associated with ‘botting’ activities in the game. To date, the game developer has already terminated more than 1,600 bot accounts since last week. The rate of bot accounts termination is expected to increase in the following days,
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Account breaches are a common issue among popular MMOs of these days, including Guild Wars 2. Good thing ArenaNet recently comes up with a transitory, yet, effective solution that limits hackers from pilfering more GW2 accounts. ArenaNet is also expected to roll out a new authenticator app that will help keep player accounts more secure.
After the successful rectifications on prior in-game issues, the latest MMO fantasy game Guild Wars 2 is recently showing more signs of optimistic prospect. Over two weeks since its official launch, GW2 has already attained a sky-high sales record in which 2 million game copies sold out despite the 10-day online sales pause. Yet, it
Hackers have just found a new target and this time it is the latest and increasingly popular massively multiplayer online game, Guild Wars 2. Game officials, on their recent announcement said they already have recorded more than 11,000 of GW2 hacked accounts since the game officially went live. Based on initial reports published on ArsTechnica,
Ten days since its official full release, the no-subscription MMORPG, Guild Wars 2 is already dominating the official All Formats charts, occupying the No.1 spot in ten European countries including the Netherlands, UK, Finland, Sweden, Spain, Denmark, Germany, Norway, Belgium and France in this week’s countdown. ArenaNet’s MMO sequel to Guild Wars has just posted