If
you’ve been saving up that stack of disco balls you
received from Nicholas the Traveler in your href="http://www.tentonhammer.com/taxonomy/term/47"
target="_blank"> style="font-style: italic;">Guild Wars
characters’ backpacks for a special occasion, a new
cross-game promotion announced by NCsoft may just be the thing
you’ve been waiting for. href="http://www.tentonhammer.com/aion" target="_blank"> style="font-style: italic;">Aion
preorder customers who purchase
either a collector’s edition or a first run style="font-style: italic;">Aion
Steelbook
Edition will be able to claim an exclusive in-game emote for their
current Guild
Wars
characters which allows
you to show off a spiffy
pair of Aion
wings.


In anticipation of the
launch of this year’s biggest
massively multiplayer online (MMO) release, Aion, NCsoft announced an
exclusive cross promotion today giving players the ability to call upon
the Aion wings emote within the Guild Wars family of games.



Designed as an added value and a way to say thanks to our biggest fans
of the Guild Wars and Aion franchises, players that purchase an Aion
Collector’s Edition or a first run Aion Steelbook Edition
will be rewarded with a Guild Wars emote that displays the wings that
have become synonymous with Aion.



While the Aion wings emote will stay active in a players account
forever, the promotion has a limited run. In order to guarantee a Guild
Wars Aion wings emote code, players are encouraged to pre-order Aion at
several participating retailers, including GameStop, Amazon, Best Buy,
Fry’s Electronics and EB Games.


  • For more details, be
    sure to check out the href="http://www.guildwars.com/aion/" target="_blank">official
    Guild Wars site!

  • Discuss this and more in
    our href="http://forums.tentonhammer.com/showthread.php?t=45715"
    target="_blank">forums!



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Last Updated: Mar 13, 2016

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Reuben "Sardu" Waters has been writing professionally about the MMOG industry for eight years, and is the current Editor-in-Chief and Director of Development for Ten Ton Hammer.

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