Guild Wars 2 Makes Social Improvements

In line with their April 2014 Feature Pack, ArenaNet have revealed some plans for Social Improvements they're making. Although they aren't ground breaking features and the majority having been sought after since launch, they're much needed quality of life changes to Guilds.

First, guild leaders who have wanted a little extra help with managing membership will be pleased to learn that you’ll now be able to see the last login date for guild members.

We’ve added some additional support the Looking For Group (LFG) system. You’ll now be able to filter your searches through the WvW category if you’re looking for some fellow Mist warriors. To support this, we’ve added a separate channel for each of the three Borderlands, the Eternal Battlegrounds and the new Edge of the Mist map.

Separately, to assist with multi-language servers you will now be able to specify which main language the group will be using. This should help groups organize better and find players who can understand each other.

Finally, we’ve improved the support for guild members in the system and made some improvements on the back end to reduce opportunities for griefing. These changes are just some of the ways we’re making it easier and more exciting than ever to share the world of Tyria with other players – check back tomorrow and next week to learn about more upcoming features!

You can read more about the coming features of Aprils release by hitting this link.

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