Warhawk GGL Tournament

This one here is for all you Warhawk fans out there and what a treat it is. The Warhawk GGL Tournament is an officially sponsored tournament that is starting on May 27th and running until July 27th. What’s up for grabs someone might ask? Glad you want to know because how sweet it is.

Firstly, whoever enters the tournament will receive the GGL-Ceremonial knife. A little thank you for joining one might say. The winners of the tournament will receive the Champion’s Blade and what a sweet blade it is. Both of these weapons will replace your default knife in the game and the servers will be updated throughout the regions, so every player you come across will see you knife them in glory. Sure, the blade doesn’t give you any extra strength or power, but its sexy and you cannot deny that. Click on the image to the left to see the blades in all their splendor.

The winning team will also win six-inch Warhawk statues created by Gentle Giant Studios. The question now is what are you waiting for? Get moving and register your team over at GGL to get in on this fantastic tournament.

Dylan Jobe, the game director for Warhawk, also noted the team is currently hammering away at the next update, which would be v1.4.

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