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Tuesday, 03 July 2007 15:22

Guild Wars new expansion dated

Written by Slobodan Simic
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Eye of the North in stores on August 31st


ArenaNet has announced that its new Guild Wars expansion Eye of the North will be available in stores world-wide on August 31st this year.

The new expansion will follow up on the events in the original Guild Wars campaign. New features that are announced are "8 large, multi-level dungeons, 150 new skills across all ten Guild Wars professions, ten new Heroes, 40 new armor sets, and more items, weapons, and titles."

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The Guild Wars: Eye of the North expansion will be available for an suggested price of $39.99 in North America and €34.99 in Europe.

 

 

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