With the release of Guild Wars 2 just around the corner, the community team is heading off to Cologne for gamescom.
If you are attending gamescom from the 15th to 19th of August, why not drop by our booth in Hall 8, enjoy a drink, have a c
hat with the team and fellow fans alike.
To celebrate this we’ll be giving away a special in-game item to those that can tell us the daily password, all you need to do is watch our twitter feed every morning between 8am and 10am during the show. We will announce a (not so) secret password during this time and if you find Aidan, Martin, David, Stephane, Melanie or Ramon and whisper us this password.
We will be giving out a new password every day (beginning Wednesday 15th) don't be late, stock will be limited for each day.
We hope to see you on the show floor! ~RB2
And i got realy suprised of the comments under it. The majority started to complain about how it is unfair because not everyone will get these "special in-game" items. That some people won't be able to appear at gamescom even if they want to.
It seems that nowdays it is just became normal that everyone complains over anything and everything.
Personaly my first thought was that how lucky those people will be who get these items. I doubt anything like "how unfair it is" would have come to my mind at all if i don't read the comments.
These items are "special" because not everyone will be able to obtain it. (Note: this is only a speculation as we don't know what are these items actualy) There is even a chance that we will be able to buy it later with gems/money or simply obtain it in late-game content.
In my opinion this is quite disrespectful towards Anet. With these little gestures they are showing us how they care and love their community.
I was just wondering what is your thoughts about this. Is this the mentality which will be most common in the future and in the game? Or do you think these people are only a minority who just simply give voice to their opinion?
Seeing these kind of comments make me realy sad to be honest, not even mentioning the comments under the "I've just met you, and this is crazy" post Anet posted a few weeks earlier on their FB page.